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Unique food and nutrition journey

Published June 20, 2022, by Neil Overy

In this article, originally published by Worcester Standard and Netwerk24, writer Neil Overy details a learning lab/learning journey in Worcester, in the Western Cape.

“Worcester was recently the location of a ‘learning journey’ where participants gained first-hand experience of challenges in the town’s food system.

This innovative research approach encouraged participants to think about how food and nutritional security and sustainability could be improved in a town where one in five children are malnourished and many adults eat nutritionally poor diets. This, despite the town being located within a valley known for its food production.”

Read the full article here.

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