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SIMLESA Workshop Proceedings Golden Peacock Hotel August 2014, Lilongwe, Malawi
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2014)
Newsletter / Bulletin
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2015)
Welcome to all readers of this quarterly bulletin of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)'s Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Cropping Systems for Food Security in Eastern and Southern ...
SIMLESA Phase 2: Program Planning Meeting Hawassa, Ethiopia, 23-25 September 2014
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2014)
The SIMLESA Journey (2010-2014)
(ACIAR; CIMMYT, 2015)
Maize and legume crops are important components in African farming systems. In addition to providing dietary foods, they provide cash income to smallholder farmers. Legumes also improve soil fertility through biological ...
Training workshop on gender mainstreaming in research for NARS implementing SIMLESA and ASARECA projects
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2011)
The Sustainable intensification of Maize-legume cropping systems for food security in eastern and southern Africa (SIMLESA) is a multi-institution and multi-stakeholder regional collaborative research project lead by the ...
SIMLESA good practices and lessons learnt in gender mainstreaming: report and case studies
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2013)
In December 2012, the Sustainable intensification of Maize-legume cropping systems for food security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) Programme commissioned a study to compile case studies of good practices in ...
Gender Dissagregated Data in Agricultural Research: 'Towards Building Capacity for Data Collection’
(ACIAR; CIMMYT, 2014)
The Sustainable intensification of Maize-legume cropping systems for food security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) is a multi-institution and multi-stakeholder regional collaborative research project led by the ...
SIMLESA-2 - 2014-2018: what is good-difficult and different?
(ACIAR; SIMLESA; CIMMYT, 2014)
Maize research for stress environments: proceedings of the Fourth Eastern and Southern Africa Regional maize conference
This maize conference has come at an opportune time. The papers/presentations on the different aspects of maize research for stress environments will enable us to revisit our workplan if necessary and assess whether we are ...