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Table 5 Distribution of respondents by type of training session attended

From: The relationship between training farmers in agronomic practices and diet diversification: a case study from an intervention under the Scaling Up Nutrition programme in Zambia

Training topic Intervention (n = 348) Nonintervention (n = 194) P value
n Percent n Percent
Sustainable farming methods 336 96.6 120 88.2 0.001
Improved agronomic practices 333 95.7 118 60.8 0.001
Improved varieties and nutrient-rich varieties 332 95.4 112 57.7 0.001
Vitamin A-rich crops 332 95.4 102 52.6 < 0.001
Food storage 333 95.7 110 56.7 < 0.001
Food preservation, processing and utilization 333 95.7 107 55.2 < 0.001
Various methods of cooking food 331 95.1 105 54.1 < 0.001
Infant and young child feeding 333 95.7 105 54.1 < 0.001
Diet diversification 330 94.8 106 54.6 < 0.001