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If you are interested in establishing a Food Plant Solutions program to address hunger, malnutrition or food security in a developing country then the following documents may be of assistance:

Protocol for Engagement

Clearly defines the guidelines and code of conduct for establishing and implementing programs. – G1 Protocol for Engagement V4

Extension and implementation of a Food Plant Solutions program in a new country or region

Details suggested steps to explore and then implement in the establishment of a new program. – G2 Extension and implementation of a Food Plant Solutions program in a new country or region V4

Using the Food Plants International Database

This user manual provides comprehensive information on the Food Plants International database. It includes: installation, a quick guide for ease of operation, navigating through the database and details on how to undertake advanced searches. – G3 Using the Food Plants International Database V4

Selecting potentially important plants for inclusion in a field guide

The development of a Field Guide has been found to be a simple and effective way to create awareness of important local food plants for any country and introduce the potential that the Food Plants International database has to offer. This document provides guidance on developing a Field Guide with the help of the database user document referred to above. – G4 Selecting potentially important plants for inclusion in a Field Guide plant list V6

Field Guide Draft Plant List Template

This document enables consistency within plant lists and an understanding of why plants have been identified for a country. – G11 Field Guide Draft Plant List 

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