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Presentation at the Aflacontrol Conference on Aflatoxins, Food Safety and Food Security, IFPRI & ACDI/VOCA Kenya Nairobi, Kenya, January 13th 2011

Presentation at the Aflacontrol Conference on Aflatoxins, Food Safety and Food Security, IFPRI & ACDI/VOCA Kenya Nairobi, Kenya, January 13th 2011

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    • Qualitative study of the maize value chains in Kenya in relation to Aflatoxin John Hellin (CIMMYT), C. Narrod (IFPRI), M. Tiongco (IFPRI), E. Birol (IFPRI), Pippa Chenevix Trench (IFPRI)
    • Why a value chain approach?
    • Why a value chain approach?
    • Why a value chain approach?
    • Why a value chain approach?
    • Methods
    • Focus group discussions
    • Farmer practices - post harvest
    • Farmer practices post-harvest
    • Farmer storage practices
    • Storage
    • Maize consumption
    • Trade
    • Complexity of trade
    • Knowledge attitudes and perceptions
    • Findings from Maize Net-Map
    • Thank you