Join ASA/WISHH in recognizing April as Soyfoods Month by viewing the first videos of the ASA/WISHH Faces of Trade and Development educational program. Listen and learn from two international experts on why soy is an important ingredient for comprehensive approaches to food security challenges and innovative strategies in lasting programs that offer affordable and delicious nutrition. Hear how ASA/WISHH is connecting trade and development through trade linkages that fill protein supply gaps.
Wilna Oldewage-Theron Ph.D. and Registered Dietitian (South Africa) shares soy’s role in global food security and how it contributes to overcoming the stubborn challenges of stunting and obesity. Oldewage-Theron is a professor of Nutrition at Texas Tech University (USA) & Adjunct Professor University of Zululand (South Africa)
Hear a Guatemalan/U.S. Trade and Development Success Story from Alimentos S.A. Food Engineer Paola Escobar who is also an alumna of ASA/WISHH’s training through the U.S. Department of Agriculture Cochran Fellowship Program.