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Photo Credit Goes Here Presentation to ECHO EAST AFRICASYMPOSIUM, Nov. 27,2019 at Hill Top Hotel Main Hall: August 2629, 2019 Feed the Future Rwanda Hinga WezeFood security initiatives to improve Nutrition Introduction What is Hinga Weze?What is Hinga Weze: A 5years (20172022) funded initiative to sustainably increase smallholder farmers’ income, improve nutritional status of Rwandan women and children, and incre

2 ase the resilience of the agriculture an
ase the resilience of the agriculture and food systems to the changing climate.HingaWezeachieves its results by effecting behavior change at the household and community levels that prioritizes collaboration with partnersincluding the GoR, as well as USAID and the wider development community.HingaWezedeliverablesandindicatorsarefocusedbetternutrition,moresales,higherlevelsvalueaddedprocessingbetteragroinputsthatarebenef

3 itingthousandsfarmers 2 Feed the Future
itingthousandsfarmers 2 Feed the Future Rwanda Hinga Weze Sustainably increase smallholder farmers’ income 200,000 farmers that have increased their agricultural productivity (yield) by Improve nutritional status of Rwandan women and children 40% of children increasing MAD and of women in reproductive age increasing dietary diversity Increase the resilience of agriculture and food systems to the changing cli

4 mate. 535,000 stakeholders that have inc
mate. 535,000 stakeholders that have increased capacity to adapt to the impact of climate change CNFA / RDO: Eastern Province Districts: Gatsibo, Kayonza, Bugesera, Ngoma CNFA / Imbaraga Western Province Districts: Nyabihu, Rutsiro, Ngororero CNFA / Imbaraga Southern / Western Province Districts: Nyamagabe, Nyamasheke, Karongi Hinga Weze Food security initiatives to improve Nutrition (Approaches and Results as of en

5 d of Year 2September 2019) ABOUT FOOD S
d of Year 2September 2019) ABOUT FOOD SECURITYFood security is a multidimensional concept. Food Securitymeansthat ‘ ’all people, at all times, have physical, social, and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritiousfoodthat meets theirfoodpreferences and dietary needs for an active and healthy lifeWorld Food Summit, 1996). Today, the concept offood securityis generally understood to incorporate four

6 maincomponents: availability, access, u
maincomponents: availability, access, utilisation, and stability Measurement is typically indirect and based on food balance sheets and national income distribution and consumer expenditure data ABOUT FOOD SECURITY For Food security objectives to be realized, all 4 dimensions must be fulfilled simultaneous. Those 3 dimensions should be stable over time and not be affected negatively by natural, social, economic or pol

7 itical factors:Access: FoodMarket, Price
itical factors:Access: FoodMarket, Prices, Purchasing power, Employment and livelihood opportunitiesAvailability: Food production and storage mechanisms Utilization: Food quantity and quality for health life NUTRITION SENSITIVE AGRICULTURE (NSA).Agriculture and nutrition are interrelated. Agricultural production is an important means for most people to get the food and essential nutrients they needNutritionsensitive ag

8 riculture involves the incorporation of
riculture involves the incorporation of nutritional concerns into the design and implementation of agricultural policies, projects and investments, targeting nutritionally vulnerable groups with these investments and particularly focusing on women and increasing yearround access to diverse, nutrientdense foods. Note: Nutrition sensitive interventions address the underlying and basic causes of malnutrition NUTRITION SEN

9 SITIVE AGRICULTURE Household Food securi
SITIVE AGRICULTURE Household Food security/Nutrition Gender equality/Health/Child care/SBCC Financial literacy/Access to market Agriculture/Increase production Nutrition sensitive interventions address the underlying causes of malnutrition (HH food insecurity/ Unhealthy HH/Inadequate healthcare for women and children Building a seasonal calendar is an excellent method for examining the impact that the environment plays

10 on community members’ access to fo
on community members’ access to food, health, and care. Women’s EmpowermentHinga Weze Focus on the Three Main AgricultureNutrition Pathways Agricultural Income Food Production Agriculture as a Source of Food Approaches Education and literacy agric. ExtensionCrop diversification Access to quality agroinputsTackling climate change via irrigation and terracing interventions Integrated nutrient management; pest

11 and disease managementImproved varieties
and disease managementImproved varietiesFocus on SHFsLinking farmers to Agriculture research institutions, etc. Results in Y2 029ofterracesconstructedorrehabilitated 500farmersbenefitingfromimprovedagriculturelandonterraces oflandirrigatedsolarpumpsorothersmallscaleirrigationmethods 800 farmersfarmingnewlyirrigatedland 34 829 SHFsincreasedagriculturalyieldsleast Agriculture as source of income Approaches Promoting PHH

12 technologies to reduce lossesAgribusine
technologies to reduce lossesAgribusiness clusters commercial linkages between VC actorsCommodity aggregationMarket informationAccess to finance Results in Y2 farmersreachedMarketinformationsystem773USDvalueagriculturerelatedfinancingaccessed552individualsparticipatedingroupbasedsavings,microfinancelendingprogramsValueannualsalesincreasedbetweenand106dependingthevaluechaincrop(Beans,Maize,OFSP,IrishpotatoeandHorticul

13 ture Agriculture as Means of Women Empow
ture Agriculture as Means of Women Empowerment and Nutrition Outcomes Approaches ��•Facilitateaaccessinputsjobs,promotingwomenaggegation,womenagricutureproducetraders,��•NutritionGendereducation��•Poultryprogramimproveanimalsourceproteins��•DesignspecificgrantsforwomenPLDsincreaseincomeempowerwomenpurchasenutritiousfoods��•Pa

14 rtnershipwithotherIPs/GORimprovenutritio
rtnershipwithotherIPs/GORimprovenutritionpoliciesstrategies Results in Y 2 BuiltCapacitygroupedCaregroupsCreatedmalecaregroups,300rolemodels(malefemaleandyouthforchange(boysandgirls),increasedincomepurchasenutritiousfoodschildrenundertwomonths)reachedwithcommunitylevelnutritioninterventionsfemaleincreasedaccessproductiveeconomicresourceswomen) GOVERNMENT TWG DPEM CHAIN DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS PRIVATE SECTOR Collaborati

15 on/Partnership for Nutrition outcomes In
on/Partnership for Nutrition outcomes In order to continue Strengthening Food security initiatives to improve Nutrition, Hinga Weze will:Invest over $1m on increasing access to animalsource foods (small livestock grant projects) for up to 36,000 families per year (total of 108,000 families accessing over 250,000 animals by EOY 3. Improve Home (Kitchen) Gardens to incorporate ironrich green leafy vegetables, as well

16 as VitA rich fruits and vegetables to af
as VitA rich fruits and vegetables to afford family needs in micronutrients all year. Combine with promotion of rainwaterharvesting for Home Gardens to ensure adequate water access.Work with AgroDealers and Youth Groups to avail nutritious foods such as eggs, fortified porridge flowers, HIB and OFSP at affordable prices (concept of FSC as nutritious food stores) as well including facilitating agroinputs and promoting

17 climateresilient practices at FSC.Conclu
climateresilient practices at FSC.Conclusion Incorporate “Solidarity Groups” in coordination with AFR and SUN Alliance in order to enable groups to save to buy nutritious foods.Work with GoRto further strengthen existing community structures such as Isibo(village groups), Umugorobaw’ababyeyi(parent groups), CHWs cooperatives, CHCs, and DPEM committees at all levels to disseminate nutrition messages + coo

18 rdinate nutrition activities. Serve as p
rdinate nutrition activities. Serve as primary USAID IP coordinator for nutrition activities where needed in collaboration with NECDP/SUN and district authorities. Update all DPEM’s and work closely with GoRon all initiatives. Improve health cooking sessions to be more gender sensitive (Male engagement!) and incorporate gender and youth mainstreaming.Avai; Specific grants from Women and PLD to increase purchase po

19 wer for nutritious foods.Conclusion Ques
wer for nutritious foods.Conclusion Questions? Suggestions?Thank you for your attention! This presentation was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government. www.feed