Learning Paper

Integrating agriculture and nutrition in the XCSEL project

Last updated:
5 December 2017
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Partner/Network:
Welthungerhilfe, Rural Association of Mutual Support (ORAM)
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Language:
EN

This learning paper shares key lessons from the XCSEL project that was implemented in Mozambique.

The Concern team walks from the riverbank to the remote community of Bilinguinho, which is only accessible to Chinde by boat. Photo: Crystal Wells / Concern Worldwide.
The Concern team walks from the riverbank to the remote community of Bilinguinho, which is only accessible to Chinde by boat. Photo: Crystal Wells / Concern Worldwide.

A consortium of Concern Worldwide, Welthunmgerhilfe and ORAM implemented the " Strengthening Civil Society to enhance livelihoods through supporting economic skills diversification, markets and gender equity in Zambezia" (XCSEL) project in the province of Zambezia from 2015 to 2017. This learning paper was developed with the objective of identifying key lessons from the project in relation to agriculture and nutrition.

This publication covers aid activities implemented with the financial assistance of Irish Aid and the European Union (EU). The ideas, opinions and comments therein are entirely the responsibility of its author(s) and do not necessarily represent or reflect Irish Aid or EU policy.

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