Making Agricultural Trade Sustainable

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About Us

MATS is a 3.5 year duration project. The consortium comprises 14 partners with a wide spectrum of expertise and competences, substantial and longstanding experiences, and wide geographical spread in Europe and Africa.

Our Vision

MATS aims to identify key leverage points for changes in agricultural trade policy that foster the positive and reduce the negative impacts of trade on sustainable development and human rights.

Our Work

MATS develops and pilots new tools for a systemic analysis, and assessment, of the interactions between agricultural trade, investments, sustainability and development. Learn More
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Our latest updates

#Greedflation is real.

New @IPPR research shows multinationals including food & grain giants made billions from hiking prices far above rise in costs – significantly contributing to cost of living crisis.

Market power & concentration is problematic.

Uganda faces storm in a coffee cup:

Check out this insightful article featuring insights from our Executive Director, Ms. Jane Nalunga:

Read on via;

@rkabushenga @GKatabazi @GAhabwe @KasUganda @herbertk4 @HANNINGTONOWERE @MATS_H2020

Good Morning Africa 🌅, #LetsTalkAfCFTA

Today, in partnership with @UNCCI_UG , we are holding a Stakeholders' Meeting on "Deepening the AfCFTA: Unpacking Issues & Opportunities"

Register to join the conversation👉


🚨 Do not forget to join us @MATS_H2020 & @Trade4SD
tomorrow 23rd of November. This hybrid event takes place in person in Brussels & Online. More details👉 via @MATS_H2020

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