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Enhancing Sweet Potato Commercialization in the Kingdom Of Eswatini - TCP/SWA/3503









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    Making sweet potato chips and flour 2010
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    Sweet potato is a popular food in many parts of Eastern Africa. It is drought tolerant, hardy and can grow in marginal areas, thus contributing to improved food security. The young leaves and vines can be consumed as vegetables or fed to livestock. In some communities in Eastern Africa, sweet potatoes are preserved for the dry season by sun‑drying to make amukeke – dried sweet potato chips. The following provides facts about dried sweet potato chips and flour, the requirements for making them, a detailed step by step procedure and a case study from Uganda highlighting the benefits of this preservation technique.
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    Use of cassava and sweet potatoes in animal feeding
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    This illustrated booklet teaches the farmer how to use cassava as animal feed for pigs, chickens, rabbits and ruminants. The roots, peels, and leaves all have value as animal food. Sweet potatoes and the sweet potato vine, are also animal food.
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    Value Chain Analysis Highlights: Sweet Potatoes in Lanao del Sur 2020
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    This study examines the sweet potato value chain for selected municipalities in Lanao del Sur, Philippines, and identifies useful interventions to improve the livelihoods of internally displaced farmers affected by the Marawi Conflict. The brochure recommends measures to maximize the benefits of participating in the Marantao sweet potato value chain.

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