SNAP Project produces integrated curriculum on Agroecology for Tanzanian district government

In early May, Rachel Bezner Kerr provided Singida Disitrict officials the official integrated curriculum on agroecology, nutrition, socila equity and climate change as an output of the Singida Nutrition and Agroecology Project (SNAP). Representatives from Action Aid Tanzania and the Nelson Mandela African Institute for Science & Technology participated in the event and hosted discussions by farmers on the importance of botanicals, intercropping, and legumes to support biodiversity and healthy soils.