Fish farm project helps Cambodian women care for families, learn business skills
An international food security project that helps low-income women farmers in Cambodia farm fish and garden at home will now help them become entrepreneurs, thanks to more than $1M in funding to UBC from CIFSRF.
May 28, 2015
Micronutrients lead to big changes
UBC Prof. Judy McLean and her students help Rwanda launch Africa’s first national home-based nutritional fortification program for children.
Sep 10, 2013 - by Corey Allen
UBC research receives $2.9 million to improve nutrition of rural Cambodian women and children
The University of British Columbia and Helen Keller International of Cambodia have received $2.9 million from the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF) for research to increase and diversify food production and nutrition for small, rural households in Cambodia.
Jun 20, 2012