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EaTSANE Practice Notes

Within the EaTSANE Project, seven Practice Notes and one Practice Guide were developed to spread the results of the EaTSANE Project with a non-scientific audience. 

The Practice Guide gives an overview on the different Practice Notes and the EaTSANE Project. 

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Based on the results and outcomes of the EaTSANE Project, we developed seven Practice Notes that focus on:

  • Availability and Access

  • Quality and Utilisation

  • Intervention Strategies

Practice Guide

The Practice Guide gives detailled information on the EaTSANE-Project, the research activities and explains and connects the seven Practice Notes.

PN 2 - Three Food Strata System

The PN 3 on the Three Food Strata Systems explains a multi-crop system which is designed to produce diverese and nutrient- dense crops sustainably.

PN 4 - Preparing vegetables without soda ash

PN 4 gives information on the common yet not-healthy use of soda ash and suggests recipes to avoid the use soda ash.

PN 6 - Post-Harvest Losses 

This PN provides information on the results of the research regarding post-harvest losses and solution on how to reduce losses in the cowpea leaves and african nightshade value chains.

PN 1 - Vertical Garden

This Practice Note provides information on the topic of Vertical Gardens such as the best practices and how to build a Planting Tower.

PN 3 - Three Sisters System

This Practice Note explains the Three Sisters System which is composed of maize, pumpkin and benas and provides information on how to set up this system. 

PN 5 - Conserving and preparing sun-dried vegetables

Sun-drying vegetables can be an efficient way of preserving vegetables. This PN gives information on how to construct a solar dryer and recipe suggestions for sun-died vegetables.

PN 7 - Women's participation in the marketing of bush beans

Women's participation is important for marketing of nutrient-dense crops. This PN builts on experiences with bush beans

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