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Smart Food activity: School feeding program in Babati Day Secondary School, in rural Tanzania to test the acceptance and nutrition value of finger millet and pigeon pea. 

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Resource Details

Resource ID

18086

Access

Open

Contributed by

B.Muralidhar

Topics

Nutrition

Crops

Dryland cereals, Grain legumes, Pigeonpea, Finger millet

Locations

Tanzania

Global Date

17 Jan 20

Title

Smart Food activity: School feeding program in Babati Day Secondary School, in rural Tanzania to test the acceptance and nutrition value of finger millet and pigeon pea.

Keywords

Smart Food, Finger millet, Pigeon pea, Babati Day Secondary School, Tanzania, School feeding program, DFAT-Australia, TARI

Type

Science

Appearance

Landscape

Author/Key contact/Photographer (if not an ICRISAT person)

Mr Salim Shabani, ICRISAT, Real To Reel Film Production, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania,

Source

Digital Camera

Date (Date taken)

17 Jan 20

Image Size

5616x3744

Camera Make / Model

Canon EOS 5D Mark II

File Size

12 MB

Show on Web

Yes

Caption

Smart Food activity: School feeding program with 2,800 students in 4 schools in rural Tanzania to test the acceptance and nutrition value of finger millet and pigeonpea. Set up in 2018 and survey undertaken 15 months later in January 2020 to test continued acceptance.

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