The Singida Nutrition and Agroecology Project (SNAP) is investigating whether a participatory approach to testing agroecological practices and improved nutrition can lead to enhanced legume production and utilization in rural communities in Singida District, Tanzania.
CCRPâ€™s AEI-centered research funding, cross-cutting projects, convening, and support structures focus and accelerate the co-creation and sharing of AEI knowledge and solutions across local, regional, and global scalesâ€¦ helping smallholder farmers feed their world.
The CCRP Theory of Change (ToC) describes the broad systems change to which the CCRP contributes. The thematic intervention areas describe the more specific topics the CCRP invests in, as well as shorter-term outcome areas. The thematic areas are present throughout CCRP theoretical frameworks including regional ToCs, thematic ToCs, and project ToCs and are also […]