Maximising impact of food safety knowledge of street vended and informally vended foods generated by CPHP projects in West and Southern Africa using the coalition approach and extending the approach to India. Project Final Report.

Abstract

The project, comprising over 20 partners in Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, India and the UK sought to combine the experiences and knowledge gained in previous projects and develop a new coalition partnership in Kolkata, India. The four coalitions used the ‘knowledge management’ approach to explore ways that institutions and organisations manage and share knowledge. They jointly developed a management and control system for the street and informal food sector, broken down into a series of ‘modules’. These documented the food safety management approach developed to enable other towns and cities who wish to explore ways of improving the livelihoods of vendors and consumer health.

Citation

Tomlins, K.; Graffham, A. Maximising impact of food safety knowledge of street vended and informally vended foods generated by CPHP projects in West and Southern Africa using the coalition approach and extending the approach to India. Project Final Report. Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Kent, UK (2006) 35 pp.

Maximising impact of food safety knowledge of street vended and informally vended foods generated by CPHP projects in West and Southern Africa using the coalition approach and extending the approach to India. Project Final Report.

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