In this section you will find an array of SIMLESA’s policy briefs from the different countries.
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Mulch is important in controlling soil erosion as demonstrated in this case study from Ethiopia.
SIMLESA is connecting agricultural stakeholders across the maize-legume value chain.
Learn how intercropping has improved productivity, food security and nutrition for farmers in Uganda.
Mechanization increases efficiency, resilience and productivity;case study from Uganda.
Learn about the importance of adaptive research on multifunctional mechanization and business development.