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Food Systems strengthening requires combined efforts from several key players in coalition building with a focus to work towards a common objective. Multi-sectoral approaches can potentially increase outputs in food systems programmes, including research.
This side event will showcase research development by KNDI on matters of partnership, highlighting potential approaches in enhancing knowledge, research and nutrition-sensitive agriculture.
The host will show video clips, which shall display short messages on an event that brings together government regulators, the Ministry of Agriculture and ANSRC. This will form part of the discussion on how best multi-sectoral approaches would bring hope to food systems. The questions and answer session shall explain possible replication in other countries and intercountry approaches in food systems strengthening towards curbing malnutrition in Africa.
- Kenya Nutritionists and Dieticians Institute
- African Nutritional Sciences Research Consortium
- David Okeyo (Kenya Nutritionists and Dieticians Institute-KNDI)
- Gordon Nguka (African Nutritional Sciences Research Consortium-ANSRC)
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