• 31 market-preferred, high yielding, climate-smart and nutritious HIB varieties
  • Good Agricultural Practices. The GAP technologies include seed dressers, organic and inorganic fertilizer use, cropping systems, bean threshers, solar bubble driers, and hermitic storage bags.
  • Value-added Bean Products (precooked beans and bean flour)
  • Integrated Crop Management Practices (ICMPs)
  • TAAT focused on the distribution and use of improved High Iron Bean varieties (32 biofortified) that may also be high in zinc to improve immune functions and iron to reduce anaemia in women and children, therefore improving cognitive and physical development in children under 5.
  • A collaboration between the HIB compact and the Pan-African Bean Research Alliance (PABRA) has facilitated the cultivation of 169,229 ha with HIB.
  • Over 898,308 farmers have been reached with 48,461 MT of certified seeds of various HIB varieties. Average bean yields have increased to 1.2 MT/ha and 213,808 MT of High Iron Beans have been produced.