This presentation talks about the Enhanced Homestead Food Production (EHFP) approach, which seeks to improve the nutritional status of children under five years of age, Pregnant, breastfeeding and women in their reproductive age. It is also highlighting the achievements, constraints and recommendations of the CHANGE project – a multiple country project that aims to (i) improve nutritional status of women and children under two years of age; (ii) promote women’s empowerment and (iii) collect evidence of the technical efficacy of the intervention on nutrition and women’s empowerment (among others). The project promotes nutritious crop production all year round and animal production for income and home consumption.
Authors: mette kinoti, mette kinoti
Contributors: mette kinoti, mette kinoti
Publisher: Hellen Keller International
Publication Date: October 1, 2015
HOW TO CITE
Mette, K. 2015. HKIâ€™S orange fleshed sweet potato delivery in Africa. 6th Annual Sweet Potato for Profit and Health Initiative Technical meeting. Hellen Keller International, Kigali Rwanda.