Exploring the Scope of Cost-Effective Aflatoxin Strategies in Maize and Groundnut Value Chains so as to Improve Market Access of the Poor in Africa
This project aims to provide evidence-based information on the cost-effectiveness of existing control technologies currently used to reduce the risk of human and animal exposure to aflatoxin contamination in developing countries, and to understand what is preventing these mechanisms from being adopted. By doing so it is expected that identified cost-effective will be implemented and lead toward improve market access to the poor.
Aflatoxin Prevalence Data Collection: Sampling Framework & Methodology
August 2010. Aflacontrol Working Paper 1.
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