International Livestock Research Institute
Authors: Iddo Dror, Jean-Joseph Cadilhon, Marc Schut, Michael Misiko and Shreya Maheshwars
Field Crops Research Volume 124, Issue 2, 1 Pages 137-141
Authors: D. Rodriguez, V.O. Sadras
Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Authors: Erin Lynn Wilkus and Daniel Rodriguez
Authors: Erin Lynn Wilkus, Caspar Will Roxburgh, Daniel Rodriguez
Journal of Agricultural Economics
Authors: Menale Kassie, Paswel Marenya, Yohannis Tessema, Moti Jaleta, Di Zeng, Olaf Erenstein, Dil Rahut
Food Security; Volume 7, Issue 6, pp 1299–1320
Authors: Menale Kassie, Jesper Stage, Hailemariam Teklewold, Olaf Erenstein
African Journal of Agricultural Research 8 (29): 3921-3929. DOI: 10.5897/AJAR12.1044
Authors: Abebe Zerihun; J. J. Sharma; Dechasa Nigussie; Kanampiu Fred
Ecological Economics Vol 93, pg 85-93
Authors: Teklewold, H.; Berresaw Menale Kassie; Berresaw Menale Kassie; Shiferaw, B.; Kohlin, G.
Journal of Gender Studies 28:2, pages 185-203.
Authors: Cathy Rozel Farnworth, Clare Stirling, Tek B. Sapkota, M. L. Jat, Michael Misiko & Simon Attwood
SIMLESA, in collaboration with other programs, facilitated the release of 40 new maize varieties. ... Many of which were specifically selected for their drought tolerance and some of which were selected for their phenotypic characteristics suitable for maize-legume intercropping in conservation agriculture systems.
Considering the importance of legume in food security and plant based protein nutrition of many families,... SIMLESA co-sponsored participatory varietal selections (PVSs) sessions involving 378 legume varieties. A total of 64 varieties across the five program countries positively met PVS team’s criteria and therefore were acceptable for official release.
Toward the end of 2016, the program managed to competitively select 19 partners ...to drive the scaling out initiatives under the Competitive Grants Scheme (CGS).
A total of 58 Innovation Platforms were established to assist in scaling out ...of Sustainable agricultural intensification (SAI) technologies and viable marketing of agricultural produce for maximum benefits.
A regional policy summit was held in October 2015 which resulted in the signing of a Ministerial Cummunique by five countries... (Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Rwanda) committing to the mainstreaming of SIMLESA resultsin their countries' agricultural policies.
The project has been determined to reach out to the policy community with the publication and dissemination of more than 57 policy briefs....These have been variously disseminated at project annual meetings, other gatherings and also be found on this page.