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OFSP- Nepal

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Anonymous 3261

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22 Sep 2016, 01:14

Does anyone have experience with orange flesh sweet potatoes (OFSP) in Nepal?

Anonymous 598

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23 Sep 2016, 13:16

A quick google search - Helen Keller introduced it in Nepal in 2007, also coined as Helen's potato. May be good place to start.

Anonymous 3957

Nutritionist

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23 Sep 2016, 14:25

Suaahara, which was a consortium between Save the Children, HKI, John Hopkins (+ more partners) were encouraging the growth of orange sweet potatoes in their programmes. That is the only information I have though, so maybe someone who worked specifically on this could provide more information?

Tamsin Walters

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24 Sep 2016, 11:41

From Rita Bhatia:

http://www.hki.org/our-impact/stories/alleviating-vitamin-deficiency-ofsps#.V-UqZ-yXerU

Please see the above link on OFSPs in Nepal from HKI.

Best, Rita

Anonymous 3261

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26 Sep 2016, 15:26

Thank you! Anyone with specific knowledge of OFSP adaptability to different terrain?

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