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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.

Disseminating Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato: Findings from a HarvestPlus Project in Mozambique and Uganda

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 is what we found. Read online in magazine format: English Portuguese

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Crop delivery
Sweet potato
Uganda

HarvestPlus 2011 Annual Report

View the Annual Report online in magazine format.

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Rising Food Prices Increase Hidden Hunger

February 2011

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Economics and policy

HarvestPlus Update 2010

This report provides highlights from HarvestPlus activities in 2010. Click here to access an interactive version of the report.

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Effect of Iron Fortified Foods on Hematological Response and Zinc Status: Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials

Before investing in food fortification and biofortification as interventions for curbing malnutrition, policymakers, program implementers, and the target population need to carefully weigh the benefits and safety of these interventions. A clear answer from the literature, however, is not easily found, thus justifying the need for a focused, systematic review and meta-analysis for guiding policy and relevant research. HarvestPlus has therefore supported the development of this research protocol. This systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials will focus on the following objectives: (i) To evaluate the effect of iron-fortified foods and biofortified crops on efficient indicators of population response, namely hemoglobin and serum ferritin; (ii) To evaluate the possible predictors of a positive hemoglobin response, particularly focusing on food vehicle, iron fortification compound, iron content, baseline hemoglobin and ferritin levels, and duration of fortification; and (iii) To evaluate the effect of iron-fortified foods and biofortified crops on zinc status.

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Nutrition

The Quantity of Zinc Absorbed from Wheat in Adult Women Is Enhanced by Biofortification

Jorge L. Rosado
K. Michael Hambidge
Leland V. Miller et al
Wheat
Nutrition
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Grain Position Affects Grain Macronutrient and Micronutrient Concentrations in Wheat

Daniel F. Calderini
Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio
Crop development
Wheat
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Are Synthetic Hexaploids a Means of Increasing Grain Element Concentrations in Wheat?

Daniel F. Calderini
Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio
Crop development
Wheat
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