In this section you will find an array of SIMLESA’s policy briefs from the different countries.
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In a series of 8 briefs you will find information on policy action points to support sustainable intensification in eastern and southern Africa.
Topics covered include soil health recapitalization, smallholder mechanization, fostering collective action for strengthening agricultural value chains, among other topics.
In this series of 8 briefs , find information on policy action points to support sustainable intensification in eastern and southern Africa. Topics covered include scaling conservation agriculture practices, Tracing the process from research phase to the farm and actions for strengthening seed value chains, among other topic…
In-depth case research among 5 successful AIPs illustrate how research and development continuum can be achieved seamlessly.
Research done under SIMLESA in dryland agricultural systems in high- and low-income countries has had great benefits for Australian farmers.
ACIAR recommends that synergisms between public and private efforts are required for household mechanization.