PAEPARD project brochure

Date of publication: 
2015

Groundnuts form the basis for food and nutrition security for the majority of the smallholder farmers and are a vital component in the livelihoods of rural families. The challenge is that the groundnuts of these smallholder farmers are prone to Aflatoxin contamination. The contamination can occur any time from pre-harvest to post-harvest and has enormous health and economic consequence. Investing in pre- and post-harvest loss research, technical advice and policy advocacy to reduce food losses could significantly increase the food and nutrition security.

Organisation: 
Platform for African European Partnership on Agricultural Research for Development (PAEPARD)
Projects: 
POSTWASTE