CETRAD coordinated a data integration workshop for the Sustainable Governance of Food Security project at Green Hills Hotel in Nyeri County, from 28 March, 2017 starting 9.00a.m to 2nd April 2017. The workshop involved presentations of progress report, revision of indicators relevant to each work package, group discussions and next steps forward for the four (4) work packages in the project. It had participants who includes; supervisors, students and other stakeholders in the project including county government officials (Meru, Laikipia and Nyeri), large and small scale farmers involved in data provision and NGO’s that are part of the project. The six year project aims at establishing food sustainability as a framework for investigating food systems and for developing policy recommendations. The framework integrates five principle pillars with respective indicators: food security, human right to food, the reduction of poverty and inequality, environmental sustainability, and social-ecological resilience. It also takes into account a diversity of coexisting, albeit often conflicting food systems, including those of small-scale family farmers, indigenous communities, and medium and large-scale industrialized food producers. It has Phd and Masters Students from Switzerland, Bolivia and Kenya.