The section below contains links to 12 different categories of resources from SIMLESA including publications, multi-media, datasheets, media reports and factsheets among others…
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.
An objective by objective review of SIMLESA’s achievements in Rwanda.
Learn how collective institutions strengthen the social capital of communities.
SIMLESA adoption and Impact Reporting and Learnings.
M. Misiko*, P. Kaumbutho, W. Mariki, J. Mutua, U. Titi, P. Massawe and F. Baudron
Gender integration plans for achieving gender, nutrition- and climate smart-agriculture.
Ecological Economics Volume 120, Pages 164-174;
Authors: Yohannis Tessema, John Asafu-Adjaye, Daniel Rodriguez, Thilak Mallawaarachchi, Bekele Shiferaw
A signed agreement by Ministers of Agriculture in Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda of the high level policy forum on SIMLESA.
Manual guide into the inter-cropping of cereals and legumes in north western Ethiopia.
This report explores how the SIMLESA program might evolve in future in a manner that is more relevant to the principles CSA.