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Affordable protein fortified cereal products developed in Uganda (Afri-Taste)

ARF1.3-4 Affordable protein fortified cereal products developed in Uganda
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Project description

Duration: January 2015 – January 2018. This project has been finalized.

Aim: To fortify first line cereals with milk protein in a bid, to provide affordable protein rich cereal flours especially for children and women.

Objective: Addressing the rampant malnutrition in the country.

Method: Developing a model for macronutrient fortification in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Countries: Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and Southern Sudan.

Dutch policy goal: Improved access to nutrition.

 

 

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