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Achievements and Lessons Learned from PHASE I of Rooting out Hunger in Malawi (1st Oct 2009 – April 2014)

This presentation by Putri Erna Abidin & team is on the conceptual framework for Rooting out Hunger project which was based on OFSP-led food-based approach, which had 3 linked pillars: 1. Linking agriculture 2. Nutrition 3. Marketing. The colorful, picture-based presentation was done at the 5th annual technical meeting, SPHI-SASHA …

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Rooting out hunger in Malawi with nutritious orange-fl eshed sweetpotato: A baseline survey report. Blantyre, Malawi

Deficiencies of micronutrients such as vitamin A are widespread, especially in Africa. In Malawi, vitamin A deficiency is a public health concern. About 60% of children under five, 57% of nonpregnant women, and 38% of men and school-age children have vitamin A deficiency. Orangefleshed sweetpotato (OFSP), one of the crops …

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Rooting out hunger in Malawi with nutritious orange-fleshed sweetpotato: A baseline survey report

Deficiencies of micronutrients such as vitamin A are widespread, especially in Africa. In Malawi, vitamin A deficiency is a public health concern. About 60% of children under five, 57% of nonpregnant women, and 38% of men and school-age children have vitamin A deficiency. Orangefleshed sweetpotato (OFSP), one of the crops …

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