Publications

HarvestPlus and its collaborators are generating a substantial body of work in both basic and applied research. Access the extensive library of books, peer-reviewed journal articles, and other research publications from HarvestPlus partners and others.

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HarvestPlus also publishes brochures, abstracts, technical monographs, and working papers that can be downloaded from the section below.

HarvestPlus Country Briefs

Created 2015 These briefs provide an overview of the nutritious crops we are promoting, how we work, and key partners in target countries.

Brochure
Bangladesh
Democratic Rep of Congo
India
Nigeria
Pakistan
Rwanda
Uganda
Zambia

HarvestPlus Overview

Created 2015 This is a brief overview of our approach to combatting hidden hunger with more nutritious crops through biofortification.

Brochure

HarvestPlus 2014 Publications

A compendium of 2014 research publications by HarvestPlus and its global network of collaborators.

Report

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HarvestPlus 2014 Annual Report

Please download a pdf of our 2014 annual report by clicking on the link below. This year, we have also provided a compendium of 2014 Publications by HarvestPlus and its collaborators. You can also read the report online in magazine format

Report

HarvestPlus 2013 Annual Report

Report

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Biofortification Progress Briefs

Report

Program for Biofortification Symposium at 20th ICN in Granada

Brochure

HarvestPlus 2012 Annual Report

Report

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Disseminating Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato: Mozambique Country Report

From 2007-2009, HarvestPlus and its partners disseminated orange-fleshed sweet potato to more than 24,000 households in Mozambique and Uganda to see if we could reduce vitamin A deficiency—through food. Here are the findings from Mozambique. Learn more about the project.

Report
Crop delivery
Sweet potato

Disseminating Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato: Uganda Country Report

From 2007-2009, HarvestPlus and its partners disseminated orange-fleshed sweet potato to more than 24,000 households in Mozambique and Uganda to see if we could reduce vitamin A deficiency—through food. Here are the findings from Uganda. Learn more about the project.

Report
Crop delivery
Sweet potato
Uganda

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