Johanna Steinkühler

Johanna Steinkühler is an expert on the transformation of agricultural products and works for the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in the Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food Sector in Togo. She gained her first experience in this field more than 10 years ago with coffee farmers in Ethiopia, followed by further assignments in Germany and abroad. She advises production, business and policy partners on sustainable agricultural supply chains. Johanna holds a Master's degree in Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security from the United Nations University in Bonn.

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"Soy can be made into more than just flour"

"Soy can be made into more than just flour"

A report by Johanna Steinkühler (GIZ)

The soybean is a natural crop that can be used to make a lot of food. So, Tata Bi started a small processing business first on her own, then with a few other women, which provides the women with an additional source of income year-round besides selling the soybeans.

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