The participants of the workshop „optimising value chains – potatoes – in Hassan, Karnataka, India.<br>Photo: © DLG/Gloria Stratmann
The participants of the workshop „optimising value chains – potatoes – in Hassan, Karnataka, India.
Photo: © DLG/Gloria Stratmann

31.08.2017

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As part of the global programme “Green Innovation Centres in the Agriculture and Food sector” of the German “One World No Hunger” initiative, DLG organised the first workshop on “optimising value chains – potatoes” in the Indian state of Karnataka.

A total of 38 participants coming from five countries took part in the workshop “optimising value chains – potatoes”, held in Hassan, Karnataka, India, from 10-15 July 2017. Organised by the German Agricultural Society (DLG) together with “Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit” (GIZ), the event was also attended by representatives from the Indian Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, the International Potato Centre (CIP) India, Indian research institutions as well as implementing partners such as AFC/ETC consultants and Welthungerhilfe.
  
This workshop is part of the global programme “Green Innovation Centres in the Agriculture and Food sector” of the One World No Hunger initiative run by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). DLG acts as a strategic partner on behalf of the Green Innovation Centres and co-ordinates the working group potato. The group itself consists of 23 members from eight countries.
 
Training and visits to farms and production units  
             
At the workshop in India, the participants from Tunisia, Kenya, India, the Netherlands and Germany gained insights into the entire value chain.

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