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IL

ORGANIZATION: MIGAL – Galilee Research Institute
Joint research project and multi-collaboration as part of a PRIMA research project to determine the nutritional value and the anti-metabolic-syndrome-related properties of the Mediterranean diet and the development and testing of novel and alternative sources of protein for food and feed. We can help in testing the nutritional value and (or) the effect of the diet / specific dietary ingredients (fats, protein, amino acid, etc.) on bodyweight growth and composition, protein (specific amino acids) conversion, and assimilation, development of obesity, diabetes, CVD, hypercholesterolemia, arteriosclerosis, etc. all in animal models for human diseases and (or) for monogastric farm animals. I am the Head of a research group interested in Nutritional Physiology, i.e., the broader aspects of physiology, involving and integrating mechanisms and regulatory functions at all biological levels spanning from molecular, cellular, tissue, and organs to animal model and human physiology. Currently, my research group’s research aims are to understand better mechanisms underlying energy homeostasis (body weight regulation), protein assimilation, longevity, circadian physiology, and their mutual interaction. We use human subjects and animal models and methods ranging from molecular and analytical chemistry to whole-animal and human calorimetry and locomotor activity measurements, all to assess: 1. The usage of an insect-based protein-rich meal for food and feed. 2. The health benefits and organoleptic quality of dairy products made from sorted milk based on fatty acid composition. 3. The efficacy of biocomposites as novel food additives for treating obesity, atherosclerosis, and hyperlipidemia. 4. The role of the endogenous circadian rhythm period-length, i.e., its deviation from the environmental light-dark cycle, in the susceptibility to obesity. 5. The role of leptin ontogeny (leptin surge at neonatal age) in susceptibility to obesity.

MA

ORGANIZATION: Hassan II university
Soil microbiota presents an essential asset to improve plant tolerance to environmental stress such as drought and salinity by using the reciprocal beneficial interaction between rhizospheric microorganisms including arbuscular mycorhizal fungi (AMF) and plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) and plants to sustain crops growth, development, and production. In addition, recycled animal and plant organic waste could be another alternative to mitigae these climate change-related stresses.

TN

ORGANIZATION: Laboratory of economy and rural communities, Arid regions institute (IRA), Médenine-Tunisia/Regional Research Centre on Horticulture and Organic Agriculture(CRRAHB)
I am looking for collaboration, I am an agroeconomist I am looking to collaborate in multidisciplinary projects on agriculture, production systems and natural resources in relation to climate change in arid and semi-arid regions through bioeconomic and econometric modeling approaches or other economic methodologies.

NG

ORGANIZATION: NIGER DELTA ADVOCACY MOVEMENT
Program and projects execution

Turkey

ORGANIZATION: BYS Grup
We are looking for partners with experience in water management / GMO for the work activities including but not limited to waste water treatment, irrigation & water management technologies, data collection, policy development and demonstration of the innovative solution (trial groups, piloting etc.)

Tunisia

ORGANIZATION: Higher Agronomic Institute de Chott-Mariem
We look for collaboration to integrate livestock in agroecological practices in order to develop productive and sustainable agro-system and to improve the resilience of small farmers to climate change and environemental risks

Morocco

ORGANIZATION: African Plant Nutrition Institute
We look for support regarding OBJECTIVE 2C below. In a proposal for Call Section 1, Management of Water 2021, specifically the Topic 1.1.1-2021 (RIA) Sustainable soil and water management for combating land degradation and desertification and promoting ecosystem restoration, as it affects small-scale farmers in the marginal lands of the Mediterranean region. Our prime objective is to unlock the potential of green water resources to de-risk community investment in tree farming systems which are well-adapted to low and variable rainfall and hence are key weapons in the battle against desertification and climate change. We focus on systems tolerant of marginal conditions that represent the best ecological adaptations to change. Our intention is to work with communities in these regions to co-design value-creating, green water-based solutions that combine traditional knowledge with innovative agronomy and investment practices. Objective 1. Quantify risks of, threats to, and potential at the landscape scale for green water solutions. Objective 2A. Explore, co-design, and trial community preferred green water-based solutions at landscape scale through farmer-centric development. Objective 2B. Evaluate the options for improved agronomic management in tree crop systems, organized around green water solutions Objective 2C. Build resilience through the growth of organizational models and social capital. Objective 3. Identify trajectories and business cases to scale green water solutions regionally and beyond the project life cycle

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