partnership  excellence  growth
A4NHComponent 1: Value Chains for Enhanced NutritionComponent 2: BiofortificationComponent 3: Prevention and Control of Ag...
Value Chains for Enhanced NutritionGoal of Component 1:Increase nutritional value of foods delivered by value chainsIncrea...
Value Chain of Dried Small Fish in Bangladesh                          partnership  excellence  growth
Marketing of Dried Small Fish                  partnership  excellence  growth
Why Focus on Fish in Bangladesh?Consumption Surveys (e.g. National, Rural (Helen KellerInternational), Sub-national (diffe...
Why Focus on Dried Small Fish?Most important category of fish consumed (raw capture;farmed)Consumed by all income groups (...
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Value Chains in CGIAR Research Program: Agriculture for Improved Nutrition and Health (A4NH)

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Value Chains in CGIAR Research Program: Agriculture for Improved Nutrition and Health (A4NH)

  1. 1. partnership  excellence  growth
  2. 2. A4NHComponent 1: Value Chains for Enhanced NutritionComponent 2: BiofortificationComponent 3: Prevention and Control of Agriculture-Associated DiseasesComponent 4: Integrated Agriculture, Nutrition, andHealth Programmes and Policies partnership  excellence  growth
  3. 3. Value Chains for Enhanced NutritionGoal of Component 1:Increase nutritional value of foods delivered by value chainsIncrease demand for nutritious food among the poorFocus on:Selected nutrient-rich foodsWomen and young childrenOn-going value chains:Orange fleshed (vitamin A rich) sweet potato in Mozambique andUgandaBean (iron rich) in Rwanda and Ugandapartnership  excellence  growth
  4. 4. Value Chain of Dried Small Fish in Bangladesh partnership  excellence  growth
  5. 5. Marketing of Dried Small Fish partnership  excellence  growth
  6. 6. Why Focus on Fish in Bangladesh?Consumption Surveys (e.g. National, Rural (Helen KellerInternational), Sub-national (different sources)Fish is the most common nutrient-rich food(household, women and children)Fish (animal-source food) ranks firstFollowed by: fruit, leafy vegetable, egg, pulse, milk, meat partnership  excellence  growth
  7. 7. Why Focus on Dried Small Fish?Most important category of fish consumed (raw capture;farmed)Consumed by all income groups (more by the poor),rural and urbanIn spite of:Large seasonal variations (peak consumption in October– December)Large differences in location (greater consumption inwetlands) partnership  excellence  growth

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