SASHA Brief 2015: Rwanda Sweetpotato Super Foods Market Chains that Work for Women and for the Poor

This flyer outlines the findings of the Rwanda Sweetpotato Super Foods  Project, which sought to build an effective public-private sector partnership, and to investigate whether sweetpotato processed products are profitable and acceptable to urban consumers. The project was implemented in four districts in Rwanda (Rulindo, Gakenke, Muhanga and Kamonyi). 

Key Document Information

Authors: Jan W. Low, Temesgen Fitamo Bocher,

Subject: Value chain approach

Publication Date: 2015

Publisher: International Potato Center

Contributors: Christine Bukania

Format: pdf

Language: English

Rights: nternational Potato Center

Keywords: Market chains, Processing, Product development, Value chain approach


Low, J., Bocher, T. and Sindi, K. 2015. Rwanda Sweetpotato Super Foods Market Chains that work for women and for the poor. Nairobi (Kenya). International Potato Center (CIP). 4 p.

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