Agricultural Technical Assistance in Africa Initial Mission

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The goal of the project was to reduce the burden of childhood malnutrition through the production, promotion, and the uptake of nutritious, locally produced complementary foods for children 6-23 months of age and nutritional supplements for pregnant and lactating women. The project was implemented by the Clinton Health Access Initiative working closely with local governments, international investors and donors.

Outcomes:

  • Extension service providers can sustainably deliver practical and effective farmer-oriented training to increase the quantity and quality of soya and maize yields; and,
  • Farmers cooperatives and unions are able to make informed decisions about the costs and benefits of investing in agricultural technology to assist with planting, harvest and post-harvest