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2019 SPHI Brief 39. Developing integrated value chains to enhance rural smallholders’ incomes and food (DIVERSIFY) project-Malawi.

The project has reached 3,000 households with Orange-fleshed Sweetpotato (OFSP) planting material, conducted value addition training and home-based food processing to 100 lead farmers who are continuously reaching other beneficiaries. Two processors (Mother Holdings Limited and Tehilah Food processing (Fig. 1)) are purchasing roots for making bread, crisps, buns and biscuits.

Authors: Wells Kumwenda

Subjects: Food security, Inclusive value chains, Sweetpotatoes, Sweetpotato agri-food systems

Pages: 2

Publisher: International Potato Center

Publication Date: August 31, 2019

Identifier: https://hdl.handle.net/10568/105938

Rights: Open access: CC-BY-4.0

Keywords: 2019 SPHI Brief 39, DIVERSIFY project, Integrated value chains, Malawi

HOW TO CITE

International Potato Center. 2019. SPHI Brief 39. Developing integrated value chains to enhance rural smallholders’ incomes and food (DIVERSIFY) project-Malawi. CIP. 2 p.