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Nourishing communities

Benefits for all
  • 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

Benefits for all

Reviving traditional crops and farming methods can boost soil fertility, nutrition and resilience. Finger millet is rich in calcium, iron and protein (particularly good for infants and the elderly), and legumes such as pigeonpea are high in protein and good for the soil.

picture credit: © Alina Paul-Bossuet

 

 

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