The section below contains links to 12 different categories of resources from SIMLESA including publications, multi-media, datasheets, media reports and factsheets among others…
This video on SIMLESA project highlights the importance of gender equity and social inclusion to achieving project impacts and outcomes, helping to drive transformative change towards securing a food secure future for Africa. Case studies and interviews with women and men farmers – including young people – detail how SIMLESA’s approach has re-shaped their maize-based farming lives.
A manual discussing the effects of pests responsible for the degradation of agriculture systems.
A case study of FACASI project’s service providers in Meki, Arsi Negele and Hawassa Zuria area
-CIMMYT A new book draws on experiences of men and women farmers across eastern and southern Africa
Learn about the significance of Science-led scaling strategy from SIMLESA’s integration approaches.
Learn how CA-based Sustainable Intensification practices have improved maize yields and reduced farmer drudgery in Kenya.
The General Assembly (GA) of ASARECA consists of all Members duly admitted to the Association and registered. The Business Committee acts as its Electoral College and is made up of five individuals drawn from institutions in each Member State in good standing.
PNAS 113 (2) 458-463;
Authors: Romain Frelat, Santiago Lopez-Ridaura, Ken E. Giller, Mario Herrero, Sabine Douxchamps, Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt, Olaf Erenstein, Ben Henderson, Menale Kassie, Birthe K. Paul, Cyrille Rigolot, Randall S. Ritzema, Daniel Rodriguez, Piet J. A. van Asten, and Mark T. van Wijk
This is a series of 10 manuals in Amharic language. Topics covered include crop rotation and inter-cropping among other conservation agriculture practices.
by: Yared Deribe and Moti Jaleta