The global meeting place for people interested in all things related to SWEETPOTATO

Share your research and experience, ask and answer questions, meet your peers.

Presentation: Decentralised Vine Multipliers: Practice after Project? Experiences from Marando Bora, Lake Zone Tanzania

Tanzania’s lake region has approximately 15 million inhabitants and practice farming majorly maize, rice, cassava and banana. Sweetpotato is not prioritized crop with availability of other food crops. However, with factors affecting these food crops productivity, the Marando Bora project was initiated to disseminate sweetpotato knowledge and planting materials (Vines). This presentation discus the Marando bora takeover on Decentralised Vine Multipliers (DVMs), challenge, trend analysis and opportunities.

Authors: Dorothy Lusheshanija, Kelvin Shikuku, Margaret McEwan, [49], Dorothy Lusheshanija, Kelvin Shikuku, Margaret McEwan, [49]

Contributors: Administrator, Administrator

Pages: 19

Publisher: International Potato Center

Publication Date: October 8, 2013

Keywords: Decentralised vine multiplier, Marando Bora, Tanzania

HOW TO CITE

McEwan, M., Lusheshanija, D., Sindi, K. and Shikuku, K. 2013. Decentralised Vine Multipliers: Practice after Project? Experiences from Marando Bora, Lake Zone Tanzania. International Potato Center (CIP).