In this section you will find an array of SIMLESA’s policy briefs from the different countries.
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This brief is based on a value chain survey carried out on the maize and legume seed sectors in Tanzania.
Brief about the scaling out efforts of CASI technologies from just a few to many subsistence farmers in Malawi.
Brief about the key lessons from evidence gathered from SIMLESA’s scaling out efforts.
Brief on the advantages of conservation agriculture technology adoption for Kenyan farmers.
Brief highlighting key benefits of CA practices in terms of labor saving, increased maize yield and better economic returns on investment in Malawi and Mozambique.
Understanding the movement of maize and legumes along the value chain.