Mini-MBA in Food Security

Food security is defined when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life. Four dimensions of food security have been identified in line with different levels. 1) Availability - National. 2) Accessibility - Household. 3) Utilization - Individual. 4) Stability - may be considered as a time dimension that affects all the levels. All four of these dimensions must be intact for full food security.

Course Overview

More recent developments emphasize the importance of sustainability, which may be considered as the long-term time (fifth) dimension to food security. Food security is best considered as a causal, linked pathway from production to consumption, through distribution to processing, recognized in a number of domains, rather than as four “pillars”. Food security and food insecurity are dynamic, reciprocal and time dependent and the resultant status depends on the interaction between the stresses of food insecurity and the coping strategies to deal with them. Universal indicators for measuring food security are challenging. Different indicators may be applied to different levels of food security. This is a program for professionals, established by civilization specialists and will equip you with a deep grasp of new and in-demand industries. You can become a component of the solution, helping to discover a solution, and you can begin by learning about food production systems, food security, agriculture-related sustainability, and systems theory.

What you’ll learn
  • Recognize that food production is contingent on the availability of food, accessibility, use, and consistency
  • Systems thinking and how to use it to improve food production systems’ environmental sustainability
  • Fundamentals of crop cultivation to feed the globe while also conserving our planet’s resources
  • Analyze your support, strengths, and weaknesses
  • Discover increased program impact on poverty and stunting reduction
  • Recognize and develop a market-driven growth plan that places a significant focus on leveraging relationships (public-private partnerships, private sector, host governments)
  • Encourage your strategy and planning to place a heavy focus on cross-cutting topics

Candidates must;

  • Hold a Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent)
  • Have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the Food Security Sector.
  • Have access to either a computer or smartphone with Internet Connectivity.
  • Be equipped with quality webcam and headphones
Duration & Fees
  • Regular – 10 Weeks – ₦170,000
  • Fast-Track – 8 Weeks – ₦255,000
Program Dates
  • December, 2023 – February, 2024
  • March – May, 2024
  • June – August, 2024
  • September – November, 2024

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