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Eva Huet

Inclusive Food Systems

Eva Huet is an agricultural advisor at KIT with experience in farming risks and natural resources management in sub-Saharan Africa, Central and South America.

She holds an MSc in forestry and tropical agriculture from KU Leuven and is currently pursuing a PhD on sustainable intensification of crop-livestock systems in southern Mali at Wageningen University and Research. Before joining KIT, she has worked in bilateral and multilateral development cooperation projects on land use management, with a strong focus on M&E and capacity building.

Her expertise includes conducting field experiments, managing surveys and participatory processes, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and project development and reporting.


  • Accelerating Agriculture and Agribusiness in South Sudan

    • Institute
    • Project

    A3-Seed The seed sector in South Sudan is currently dominated by seed aid. The A3-Seed project seeks to reduce the country’s dependancy on foreign-sourced seeds, and humanitarian support, with the aim to transform the seed sector into a commercially viable one.  “The yield was not good” As part of the project, we recently held an […]

  • Integrated Seed Sector Development in the Sahel

    • Institute
    • Project

    ISSD/Sahel Thirty-two per cent of the Nigerien population and 21 per cent of the Malian population still struggle with food and nutrition insecurity. Sustainable intensification of food crop production can address this and, at the same time, provide economic opportunities. To this end, high-quality seeds are essential. This project will ensure the availability and use […]