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Successful kick-off meeting for the food security project "Vegi-Leg"

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Group photo of the project team

The food security project Vegi-Leg, which is carried out in Tanzania (TS) and Mozambique (MS), has had an excellent start:

From 4th to 6th February 2019, project participants mainly from the University of Lurio (MS), the University of Hohenheim as well as the Sokoine University for Agriculture (TS) met in Morogoro, Tanzania. The aim of the project funded by the BMEL is to optimize the processing of African leafy vegetables and pigeon peas in order to avoid processing losses of micronutrients as much as possible. The participants discussed productively the timing and content of the questionnaire, but also defined success criteria and expected output as a team. The three-year project will be conducted in four villages (2 in MS, 2 in TS) and the data will allow four doctoral students to complete their dissertations.



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Group photo of the project team | Source: © Vegi-Leg Projekt.
Group photo of the project team | Source: © Vegi-Leg Projekt
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