#ICDAsfsToolkit presenters teamed up with SNEB’s Division of International Nutrition Education (DINE) and Feed the Future Malawi’s Strengthening Agricultural and Nutrition Extension (SANE) led by the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign to present “Capitalising on International ICTs for Sustainable Food Systems” inline with the conference theme: Re-engineering Nutrition Education and Behavior – designing tech competence in your digital world. The ICDA SFS Toolkit focused on the way we are using technology to develop the toolkit, facilitate knowledge mobilisation and application, and track progress and impact. The SANE portion provided examples of how nutrition professionals can utilise technology in their work for coordination & collaboration, knowledge management and sharing, and extending nutrition education into difficult to reach households. Check the SNEB Website for conference sessions that are available for purchase shortly after the conference (free if you paid to attend the conference). Conference fee varies, reduced fees for members ~300 USD vs non-member ~600 USD. The pdf of the slides are available for free here.
The content of this page was produced by machine translation and has not yet been reviewed for correctness. We hope this is useful, but expect that there are likely issues with the translation.