Smart Food Program Aims To Improve Kenyan Women, Children’s Nutrition Through Education

Food Tank: Empowering Kenyan Women with Nutrition Education
Madelyn Vital, research and writing fellow at Food Tank, discusses the work of the International Crop Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) and the Smart Food initiative to address poor maternal and child nutrition in Kenya. Vital writes, “ICRISAT hopes the educational Smart Food cooking and nutrition programs will educate and empower rural communities, inspire healthier cooking, feeding, and farming practices, and thereby fight malnutrition and undernutrition” (6/11).

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