Our latest impressions and news
The Media Reports consist of articles published by media houses and other organizations about SIMLESA from all the seven countries and partner organizations that implement this project.
DISCLAIMER: The articles on this page are presented without necessarily a thorough peer-review process. The main purpose is that of making data and information rapidly available to research teams and partners in the SIMLESA project and for use in advancing discussions on the relevant topic. For fully peer-reviewed publications, please refer to the journals page. Readers are invited to send comments directly to the corresponding author(s). The views expressed in these media reports are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect opinions of CIMMYT, ACIAR, national research institutions and other partners, or donors. Any errors or omissions (editorial, factual or otherwise) are the sole responsibility of the authors of each article.
SIMLESA has helped farmers in Ethiopia become more than just subsistence farmers.
-AFRICA BUSINESS COMMUNITIES
Behind the SIMLESA project, is the story of thousands of farmers who have transformed their lands and increased earnings..
-THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION NEWS
Rural women help one another grow more and better food by pooling their cash and sharing new farming methods…
In 2017, climate and man-made disasters sent shockwaves across the world. For the first time in a decade, world hunger has also risen once more to affect an estimated 815 million people. Regions facing conflict in combination with the impact of droughts and floods fared the worst in parts of Africa and Asia…
By mid-2017, SIMLESA had helped over 235,000 farming households adopt more sustainable practices to cope with the effects of climate change and declining soil fertility. “The work done by SIMLESA has yielded increasing farm-level food security…
-CIMMYT.ORG A new video highlights the outcomes and achievements of the SIMLESA project and it features interviews with farmers and scientists…