Dr. Sarah D’haen coordinates TMG Research’s SEWOH Lab project, which explores how digital and social innovations can jointly foster concrete solutions for the food security of small-scale farmers and farming communities in Sub-Saharan Africa Originally trained as an agronomist and environmental scientist, Sarah’s expertise and interest lie in livelihood dynamics in the Global South, in identifying the direct and indirect drivers of vulnerability and poverty, and finding ways to address these in an effective, inclusive and sustainable way. Throughout her career she has applied this interest in research and implementation projects focused on land use change and adaptation to climate change. She has worked extensively with local and national level stakeholders, scientists and policy makers, predominantly in Sub-Saharan Africa, and more recently also in Europe. She holds a PhD in Geography.
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