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The Delegation of EU Ambassador visits SUSTAIN Rwanda, sweetpotato activities in Rulindo and Gakenke districts

EU Ambassador and the Gakenke Vice Mayor cut a celebration sweetpotato cake during their visit to the SUSTAIN project processing unit in the district

On 30th of November 2015, CIP-Rwanda organized a trip for three guests from the Delegation of European Union to visit the International Potato Center’s (CIP) Scaling up Sweetpotato through Agriculture and Nutrition (SUSTAIN Rwanda) project funded by the United Kingdom government department responsible for administering overseas aid, UKAID,  a member …

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Scaling Up Sweetpotato Through Agriculture and Nutrition in Malawi (SUSTAIN)

This flyer outlines the progress made towards achieving the objectives of the SUSTAIN project in Mozambique from June 2014 to July 2015. SUSTAIN is a 5-year partnership (2013-2018), coordinated by CIP and financed by the UK Department for International Development, to scale up the nutrition benefits of biofortified orange-fleshed sweetpotato …

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CIP makes a presentation of sweetpotato value chain to high level BMZ Delegation at ILRI Campus in Nairobi

On 16 November 2015, a visit by a high level delegation from BMZ, visited ILRI, where Tawanda Muzhingi presented the progress that the International Potato Center (CIP) is doing to address bottlenecks in the sweetpotato value chain in Kenya and efforts to scale up the nutrition benefits of biofortified orange-fleshed sweetpotato (OFSP)

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Poster: SUSTAIN Kenya Baseline Survey: Preliminary Findings and Implications for Effective Implementation

A baseline survey was carried out in Western Kenya to determine scaling up Sweetpotato through Agriculture and Nutrition (SUSTAIN) performance in promoting adoption of orange fleshed sweetpotato (OFSP). Some major points outlined in this poster include: unfamiliarity with OFSP and its benefits in the region calls for strong and extensive promotion …

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