Through a wide consortium of partners, we explore the domestication of food trees to address the problems of food and nutritional security, the adoption of the participatory domestication results significant improvements in incomes, in diets and in rural business development, improving the overall well-being of the involved communities.   Where indigenous fruits and nuts are highly crucial component of bringing new trees into cultivation to increase their productivity and their ability to provide environmental services, to enhance the products and services provided by agroforestry systems, increase productivity, combat malnutrition and adapt to anthropogenic climate change
Researchers, small household farmers, government sectors and NGOS are all welcomed to this conference to discussion of results of wild tree domestication



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