This presentation reviews the Sweetpotato Action and Health in Africa (SASHA) interventions and achievements. These interventions such as vines supply, nutritional studies, and agronomy and value chain have resulted to more land under the orange fleshed sweetpotato (OFSP), increase OFSP production and nutritional benefits to consumers. Further, there are outlines of proof of concept, monitoring and evaluation and concludes by listing key focus areas for fully realization of OFSP potential.
Authors: Julius Juma Okello, Temesgen Fitamo Bocher, Jan W. Low, Julius Juma Okello, Temesgen Fitamo Bocher, Jan W. Low
Subjects: Monitoring Learning and Evaluation
Publisher: International potato Center
Publication Date: September2014
Keywords: Monitoring and Evaluation, Orange fleshed sweetpotato, Sweetpotato Action and Health in Africa (SASHA)
HOW TO CITE
Okello, J., Bocher, T. and Low, J. 2014. Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation in Going-to-Scale. Sweetpotato Action for Security and Health in Africa (SASHA). International Potato Center (CIP).