EaTSANE aims to implement sustainable farming practices and improve diets of households in Kenya and Uganda by diversifying the food system with a participatory action learning approach. The project works on three pathways to archive the project's objectives:
Diversified farming practices for healthier soils and diversified production
Improved access of value chain actors to inputs and services
Enhancing consumers’ food culture and diversified nutrition.
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Three interlinked science-based work packages facilitate learning along the three pathways through participatory action research. They create outputs in two respects: Firstly, the activities translate directly into learning and change processes for participating actors in the target region. Secondly, research findings feed into a national communication and dissemination strategy.
A practice-oriented work package on communication and education supports the production of tool kits, learning materials, information campaigns, and contributes to a policy dialogue based on the findings from the science-based workpackages.
All project outputs contribute to outcomes in form of behavior change of farmers and other value chain actors who are involved in participatory action research as well as a wider group of people who will be addressed with the planned communication and education measures.