This Learning Case is a “work in progress” developed under the project “Scaling up Technologies in Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato Using the Agricultural Innovation System (AIS) to Address Food and Nutrition Security in Eastern and Central Africa”. The project duration was from February 2012 to October 2013 with funding provided through the ASARECA Multi Donor Trust Fund. This regional project operated in target districts in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. The overall project was led by the Lake Zone Agricultural Research and Development Institute (LZARDI), Tanzania with technical backstopping from the International Potato Center (CIP), sub-Saharan Africa Regional Office.
Authors: Mushongi, C., Innocent Ndyetabura, Shumbusho, E., Rachel, Z., Asiimwe I., Beebwa, A., everina lukonge, Mushongi, C., Innocent Ndyetabura, Shumbusho, E., Rachel, Z., Asiimwe I., Beebwa, A., everina lukonge
Contributors: Margaret McEwan, Margaret McEwan
Publisher: International Potato Center
Publication Date: May 5, 2014
HOW TO CITE
Mushongi, C., Ndyetabura, I., Shumbusho, E., Rachel, Z., Asiimwe I., Lukonge, E., Beebwa, A. (2014). Championing Change - Using Champions to Promote Better Nutrition in Rural Tanzania. International Potato Center (CIP).