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Research outputs: AGRICULTURE
2021 Farmer-led institutional innovations in managing smallholder irrigation schemes in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape Provinces, South Africa
Farmer-led institutional innovations have been touted as the key to improving the management of water resources in irrigation schemes. Howev...
2021 Exploring food fortification potential of neglected legume and oil seed crops for improving food and nutrition security among smallholder farming communities: a systemic review
A systematic review of literature on value-addition and food fortification of cereals using neglected legume and oil seed crops among smallh...Download this report
2021 Coherence of food and agricultural policies with NCD prevention in South Africa: the case of fruit and vegetable policies study: methodology & fieldwork report
This report presents the progress made on the IDRC-funded study, titled: The coherence of agro-food policies with NCD prevention policies in...
2020 Indigenous knowledge and modern sciences: complementary wisdom to help farmers: combining two knowledge systems to help sustain agricultural production in South Africa
For a very long time African communities, especially rural smallholder farmers, have relied on information gathered using indigenous systems...