RESOURCES FROM SIMLESA

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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Working paper

A case study of FACASI project’s service providers in Meki, Arsi Negele and Hawassa Zuria area
of Ethiopia

Video

This video presents the outcomes of the SIMLESA project, featuring interviews with women and men farmers and scientists from four of the seven SIMLESA partner countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Infographic/Factsheet

SIMLESA approaches meets smallholder farmers’ challenges in an effort to build food security in Mozambique.

Video

The Australian-funded SIMLESA research program underway in 11 African countries is helping farmers grow drought-tolerant and improved varieties of maize and legumes using conservation agriculture techniques.

Presentation

Country by country review for scaling out SIMLESA phase II work.

Policy brief

Learn about the role of research and knowledge management systems in promoting sustainable agricultural intensification.

Journal Article

Agricultural and Food Economics
Authors: Paswel P. Marenya, Menale Kassie, Moti Jaleta, Dil Bahadur Rahut, Olaf Erenstein

Working paper

Tom Agwa Agao, and Moti Jaleta State Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering Services, Bungoma, Kenya.
International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Working paper

Prepared by: Frédéric Baudron and Elias Berta, International Maize and
Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT)
Co-authors/ contributors/ collaborators: Girma Moges, Pascal Kaumbutho,
Wilfried Mariki, Raymond Nazare, Moti Jaleta, Michael Misiko, John Blackwell, Saidi Mkomwa

Presentation

Gender achievements achieved under SIMLESA phase I work and scaling out plans for gender AIPs mainstreaming.

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