CountriesKenya, Tanzania, Uganda
TimelineStart Date: 1 June 2011 | End Date: 31 May 2012
The main objective of this project is to scale up promising legume based technologies identified during phase I to increase and sustain land productivity in East Africa farming systems for improved livelihoods.
Four specific objectives:
- To enhance the role of legumes in soil fertility restoration;
- To identify market channels, constraints and opportunities for increasing farmers access to the national, regional and international grain legume markets;
- To build the capacity of smallholder farmers and other stakeholders on legume technologies;
- To scale best-bet legume soil fertility enhancing technologies, market and agroenterprise options
TagsAfrica, agroenterprise, Legume, livelihoods, market access, Soils
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