This flyer describes the objectives, activities, and progress made in implementing a three-year project that targets informal and formal orange-fleshed sweetpotato (OFSP) markets in Ghana, Nigeria and Burkina Faso between June 2014 and July 2015. The project is working towards four major outcomes at each target location: to establish commercial sweetpotato seed systems to provide clean planting material year round; to develop formal and informal markets for OFSP; to enable farmers including women, to participate in OFSP value chains; and to increase consumption of OFSP and other vitamin A-rich foods by vulnerable target populations, particularly women and children under the age of five.
Authors: Putri Ernawati Abidin, Janet Trucker, Brian Kiger, Kwabena Acheremu, Victor Amankwaah, SOME Koussao, Francis Kweku Amagloh, Esi Foriwa Amoaful, Jude Njoku, Putri Ernawati Abidin, Janet Trucker, Brian Kiger, Kwabena Acheremu, Victor Amankwaah, SOME Koussao, Francis Kweku Amagloh, Esi Foriwa Amoaful, Jude Njoku
Subjects: Value chain approach
Publisher: International Potato Center
Publication Date: 2015
Rights: International Potato Center
HOW TO CITE
Abidin, E.; Some, K.; Trucker, J.; Kiger, B.; Acheremu, K.; Amankwaah, V.; Amagloh, F.; Amoaful, E.; Njoku, J. 2015. Jumpstarting Orange- Fleshed Sweetpotato in West Africa through Diversified Markets. International Potato Center, Nairobi, Kenya.