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Promote alliances in cassava R&D to aid food security

Published on SciDevNet, 26 December 2016

December 27, 2016
  • Central Africa

[YAOUNDE, CAMEROON] Strengthening collaborations among institutions and small-scale cassava farmers could help Central Africa reduce hunger and foster nutrition security, experts say.

Research scientists from academic institutions and policymakers say that collaborations in research and development would promote innovation to address the challenges of nutrition insecurity such as stunting in children.

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