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Harmonizing definitions for sweetpotato seed classes: What role for Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation practitioners?

The Sweetpotato Seed Systems and crop management Community of Practice (SSS-CoP) is in the process of coming up with common definitions for sweetpotato seed classes within sub-Saharan Africa. Countries in the region are at advanced stages towards developing standards for production of quality seed for the various seed classes. However, …

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Sweetpotato Vine Dissemination Form

This tool is for monitoring the dissemination of sweetpotato planting materials from a mass multiplication process. The tool is suitable for monitoring the dissemination of sweetpotato planting material from a voucher system, and includes details of who received the planting material vouchers, telephone contacts and whether the vines were labelled …

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Presentation 9: Experiences of Vine Dissemination in Mozambique and Rwanda: Focus on Module 8

This presentation, made during the 2017 MLE CoP annual meeting, presents Modules 8 (Dissemination)  of the Tools and Techniques for Monitoring Key Indicators of Sweetpotato Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Practitioner’s Manual. The goal is to develop a practical toolkit that focuses on the essential indicators to capture progress in dissemination, yield improvement …

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SPHI Brief 2016: Africa Rising – Integrating Orange-Fleshed Sweetpotato Scaling Out in Zambia

With funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), CIP, through Africa Rising/International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is scaling up scaling up the dissemination of the OFSP varieties and associated production technologies to reach 8,000 farming households in the Eastern Province of Zambia in the 2015/16 season. …

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SPHI Brief 2016: Feed the Future Malawi Improved Seed Systems and Technologies Project (MISST)

This project aims to provide 62,500 farmers with OFSP planting material. These farmers will gain hands-on experience with the cultivation of available varieties and knowledge on agronomic practices. Project activities are implemented in the Feed the Future Zone of Influence in most Extension Planning Areas (EPAs) in seven districts in …

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