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Impact evaluation of AVRDC’s home garden project in Bangladesh

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02.2016 - 02.2017

Vegetable production in home gardens can have the potential to provide a range of benefits for families in developing countries.

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AVRDC - The World Vegetable Center
Taiwan
Grameen Bikash Foundation
Bangladesh
USAID
Washington D.C.
USA

Within this project, the nutritional, economic, and social impact of a home garden program targeted towards women in rural Bangladesh was evaluated. The program provided seeds of local vegetable varieties, as well nutritional and agricultural training. Participating women were found to have better nutritional knowledge, consume more vegetables in their families, and be more empowered, even years after the intervention.

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