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Can sub-Saharan Africa feed itself?
(National Academy of Sciences, 2016)
Although global food demand is expected to increase 60% by 2050 compared with 2005/2007, the rise will be much greater in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Indeed, SSA is the region at greatest food security risk because by 2050 ...
Pathways to sustainable intensification in Eastern and Southern Africa : looking forward, achieving impact
Nearly a decade and a half into the 21st century, hunger and malnutrition are still harsh realities for more than one billion people around the world. In addition to this, the challenge of feeding a growing world population ...
Reconstituting family transitions of Sahelian western Niger 1950-2000: an agent-based modelling approach in a low data context
This research analyses the impacts of the family organization on the diversity of income sources and the sustainability and the dynamics of rainfed farming systems of Sahelian Niger, through an individual-centred agent-based ...
Study into the commercialization of selected agricultural machines in Bangladesh
(CIMMYT; iDE, 2012)
Framework, guidelines and governance for designing local adaptation plan of action to mainstream climate smart villages in India
The major challenges being faced by Agriculture globally are degradation of natural resources and increasing frequency of climate change induced risks. In pre-green revolution period, the farmers practiced a more resilient ...
Influence of sources of seed on varietal adoption behavior of wheat farmers in indo-gangetic plains of India
Seed is the most crucial input in the crop production cycle. Although new seed varieties are developed and released frequently, they often do not reach the farmers because of underdeveloped and inefficient seed delivery ...
Gender integration in SIMLESA
(CIMMYT; ACIAR; SIMLESA, 2015)
Gender and Agricultural Innovation Platforms (AIPs)
Translating the impact of quality protein maize into improved nutritional status for Ethiopian children : study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
(BioMed Central, 2016)
ackground: Linear growth failure is the most common form of undernutrition. Childhood stunting impairs human development and health and productivity in adulthood. Ethiopia has a high prevalence of stunting, with diets ...