Presentations

Listed below are presentations done in different parts of the regions on the SIMLESA project; its objectives, achievements and contributions on various topics including gender, policy engagement for scaling, risk mitigation, involvement of the private sector among others.
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Country perspectives on prospects and constraints to adoption of SIMLESA technical and institutional innovations in high and low potential areas: MOZAMBIQUE

Dias, D.

SIMLESA- Malawi country report

Munthali, T.

Testing and adapting productive, resilient and scalable CA cropping systems in ESA

Nyagumbo, I.; Mupangwa, W.; Rusinamhodzi, L.; Craufurd, P.; Rodriguez, D.; Sariah, J.; Ayaga, G.; Alfred; Woldemeskel, E.; Micheni, A.; Birhanu, T.; Siyeni, D.; Dias, D.

What happened in SIMLESA Tanzania since 2010-2018

Sariah, J.

Gender integration in SIMLESA ( Part 1)

Adam, R; Adam, R ORCID iD iconhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-5242-0865 Items in this Repository View Quinhentos, M.; Ubwe, R.; Nkonge, C.; Mekuriaw, T.; Musema, R.; Abdi, B.

Gender integration in SIMLESA (Part 2)

Adam, R.; Quinhentos, M.; Ubwe, R.; Nkonge, C.; Mekuriaw, T.; Musema, R.; Abdi, B.

Sustainable intensification in variable climates

Eyre, J.; Rodriguez, D.; Marenya, P

Policy engagement for scaling SIMLESA : experience from Ethiopia

Jaleta Debello Moti; Kindie Tesfaye Fantaye; Misiko, M.

Scaling out group

Misiko, M

Private sector engagement

Setimela, P.

Policy engagement for scaling SIMLESA : experience from Ethiopia

Jaleta Debello Moti; Kindie Tesfaye Fantaye; Misiko, M

ME&L indicators in SIMLESA

Gavera, S.

SIMLESA: markets, institutions, policy- gaps for NCE + SF

Rodriguez, D.

Capacity building, objective 5 : SIMLESA

Mashango, G.

SIMLESA end of project external review and stakeholders' meeting

Bedru, B.

SIMLESA Kenya Presentation

Nkonge, C.; Micheni, A.; Ayaga, G.; Odendo, M.; Ndinya, C.; Murithi, C.; Rono, B.

Enhancing smallholder agriculture productivity, resilience and sustainability : evidences from SIMLESA 2010-2018

Mekuria, M.; Rodriguez, D.; Marenya, P.

Scaling science from plots to farms and communities

Misiko, M.

SIMLESA review 2018 : objective 4 : to support the development of local and regional innovations systems and scaling-out modalities

Misiko, M.

Uganda SIMLESA End of Project

Mubiru, D.H.

CA-based intensification options for maize-legume production systems, value chains and impact pathway

Marenya, P. and Objective 1 SIMLESA Team

No till grain production on the Jimbour plain : "why we do what we do"

St. John Kent

Reflections and feedback

Makini, F.; Craswell, E

SIMLESA final review : some tentative views and questions arising ...

Keating, B.; Rukuni, M.

SIMLESA final review : DRAFT major findings and recommendations

CIMMYT

SIMLESA: Promoting sustainable intensification though system integration to enhance impact

Mulugetta Mekuria

SIMLESA‐2 ‐ 2014‐2018 What is Good-Difficult and Different?

Mulugetta Mekuria

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