Bronchure 1 – Sweetpotato Action for Security and Health in Africa (Portuguese): Sweetpotato Action for Security and Health in Africa (SASHA) is an initiative designed to improve the food security and livelihoods of poor families in Sub-Saharan Africa by exploiting the untapped potential of sweetpotato.
Bronchure 2 – Enhancing the lives of 10 million African families in 10 years: The need to reposition sweetpotato in African food economies bore the sweetpotato for profits and health initiative (SPHI). SPHI seeks to reduce child malnutrition and improve smallholder incomes through the effective production and expanded use of sweetpotato.
Poster 1 – Improving Sweetpotato Virus Diagnostics: Virus infection, by a number of different types of viruses, is one of the most important constraints to sweetpotato production globally, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
Poster 2 – Ensuring safe international exchange of sweetpotato accessions and germplasm management: This poster outlines the challenges posed by viruses and the mitigation strategies being implemented to ensure sustainable production of virus free sweetpotato for safe movement of germplasm.