The section below contains links to 12 different categories of resources from SIMLESA including publications, multi-media, datasheets, media reports and factsheets among others…

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Journal Article

Land use Policy 42: 400-411.
Authors: Kassie M.; Teklewold M.; Jaleta M.; Marenya P.; and Erenstein O.

Journal Article

Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences , 
Authors: Shiferaw Tadesse, Setegn Gebeyehu, Nigussie Dechassae

Policy brief

The results presented in this brief, demonstrates the efficacy of the demonstration approach to agriculture extension.

Synthesis Report

Policy brief

ACIAR recommends that synergisms between public and private efforts are required for household mechanization.

Journal Article

2015 Conference, August 9-14, 2015, Milan, Italy 211838, International Association of Agricultural Economists. 
Authors: Kassie, Menale; Teklewolde, Hailemariam; Erenstein, Olaf; Jaleta, Moti; Marenya, Paswel; Mekurai, Mulugetta

Working paper

Dorcas Matangi1, Alice Woodhead2, Michael Misiko3, Ephrem Tadesse4, Frédéric Baudron5

Farmer and extension manual

This is a series of 10 manuals in Amharic language. Topics covered include crop rotation and inter-cropping among other conservation agriculture practices.

Media Report

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…

Working paper

Michael Misiko, Ephrem Tadesse, Alice Woodhead, Frédéric Baudron.
1 International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, Kenya
2 International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, Ethiopia
3 The University of Southern Queensland, Australia
4 International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, Zimbabwe

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