1. 14/04/2020 Vous êtes-vous déjà interrogé sur l'impact à long terme d'un projet auquel vous avez pris part? Ne serait-il pas agréable de savoir si les changements, après la fin d'un programme officiel, ont duré dans la communauté? Souhaitez-vous savoir ce qui a marché et ce qui n'a pas marché, afin de...
  2. 01/07/2014 World Renew’s (formerly Christian Reformed World Relief Committee or CRWRC) work on introduction and promotion of grain amaranth in East Africa began in 1999 in 2 villages, Ngaamba and Kalonzoni, in the semi-arid part of the Machakos District of Kenya. World Renew staff, Tom Post and Francis...
  3. 01/01/1984 This fourth edition of the Amaranth Grain Production Guide includes the experiences of farmers. We hope it will help the potential growers as they try their hand at this crop. 35 pages, illustrated, photos
  4. 06/01/2003 The purpose of writing this book is to create awareness of this famous crop grain amaranth which in the U.S. is referred to as super or wonder grain. This book is intended to be used as a tool for economic development for politicians, community leaders, researchers, entrepreneurs and health...
  5. 27/07/2018 This is the fascinating story of amaranth, a crop from the ancient past that is being resurrected as a modern, nutritious, gluten-free food. First used over 6,000 years ago, amaranth reached its peak of popularity in the time of the Aztec empire in the early 1500s. After the arrival of Cortez and...
  6. 12/07/2018 This video tells the story of Grain Amaranth - its growth and use. In addition, here is alinktoa video, filmed in Uganda in 2010----with testimonials by people living with AIDS. Their testimonials have also been validated by at least one controlled health study in Kenya.
  7. 16/07/2018 This 2010 video presents the stories of Ugandans who have benefited from the promotion of grain amaranth for its nutritive value in combatting the symptoms of HIV/AIDS.
  8. 20/04/2006 This exceptionally nutritious, high protein grain, that requires less rainfall than corn, has potential as a staple for the general population plus seems to offer special value in managing diseases such as HIV/AIDS.The Amaranth family contains more than 60 species (most of them wild) and...
  9. A crop indigenous to Africa,amaranthis highly versatile—it grows easily and prolifically in the humid tropics, survives in high altitudes and is a well-known “drought crop” that thrives in hot and dry weather. In Uganda, there are over 60 varieties of amaranths (locally known as dodo) but most of...
  10. Why grow Amaranthus crop: It requires less input to grow and can be grown by the rural poor It is easily harvested It is early maturing producing a lot of seeds/grains Highly tolerant to drought Highly nutritive with high quality proteins (lysine and methionine) and high levels of vitamins and...