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Nourishing communities

Strength in diversity
  • Integrated approach
  • First 1,000 days are key
  • Recipe for growth
  • Strength in diversity
  • Smaller packs, greater access
  • Big gains from micro-nutrients
  • Traditional superfood
  • Benefits for all
  • Healthier livestock, healthier people
  • Healthy school meals

Strength in diversity

Diversifying farming to include more nutritious and resilient crops such as millet and sorghum and protein-rich, soil fertility boosting legumes like chickpea, pigeonpea and groundnuts, can buffer communities against drought and malnutrition.

picture credit: © Alina Paul-Bossuet



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