Orange-Fleshed Sweetpotato (OFSP) multiplication fields at Ilindi village are impressive and inspirational. The fields, managed by very committed OFSP growers, use irrigation from the nearby Lake Manyara. The proximity of the land to the lake makes the water table very high allowing the farmers to dig up wells to irrigate their crops.
CIP Participates at the 2016 African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF2016) ‘Seize the moment! Securing Africa’s rise through agricultural transformation was the theme and campaign for this year’s African Green […]
Scaling up Biofortified Crops through a “Food Basket” Approach for Food and Nutrition Security in Africa
The Building Nutritious Food Baskets (BNFB) is a new project led by the international Potato Centre (CIP) and implemented through a consortium of partners. The project has an overall goal of reducing hidden hunger and purposes to demonstrate how scaling up of “multiple biofortified crops” can be achieved.