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Gender norms, agency and innovation in wheat based systems and livelihoods: synthesis report of four community case-studies in Ethiopia
(CIMMYT; Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2019)
This country report is a summary of the Ethiopian findings from a global qualitative comparative research initiative known as GENNOVATE. This report examines how gender norms and agency shape, and in turn are shaped by, ...
A diagnostic study of crop-livestock interactions: in the Rift Valley and the western mid-highland areas of Ethiopia / Alemu Tolemariam and Moti Jaleta
This report analyzes crop-livestock interactions in maize-based, mixed farming systems in the Rift Valley and the western, mid-highland areas of Ethiopia. These areas are known for their maize-based crop-livestock farming ...
A training dialogue report: introduction to climate services for aquaculture
From October 27 to 31, 2019, the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) in Dhaka hosted a weeklong training dialogue called Introduction to Climate Services for Aquaculture. The event’s focus on climate services for ...
Blockchain for food: making sense of technology and the impact on biofortified seeds
(CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture, 2019)
Study into the commercialization of selected agricultural machines in Bangladesh
(CIMMYT; IDE, 2012)
In recent years the pace of mechanization has accelerated in Bangladesh. This is largely due to reforms which were undertaken throughout the 1980s. Even after acceleration of mechanization in some specific areas such as ...
Characterization of Maize Producing Households in Adami Tulu - Jido Kombolcha and Adama Districts in Ethiopia
Maize is an important cereal crop in Ethiopia as a source of both food and cash and represents a shift in farmers’ choice of crops. In terms of area coverage on a national basis, it is next to teff (CSA 2007). Of all food ...
Characterization of maize producing households in Monze and Kalomo Districts in Zambia
(CIMMYT; UNZA, 2010)
The Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa (DTMA) project is an initiative which is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (B&MGF) and Howard G. Buffett Foundation to accelerate drought tolerant maize development and ...
Characterization of maize producing households in Machakos and Makueni Districts in Kenya
(KARI; CIMMYT, 2010)
The Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa (DTMA) initiative aims to address the challenge of combating the impacts of drought on people’s livelihoods, food security and economic development. It links the efforts of several ...
Characterization of maize producing households in Masvingo and Bikita Districts in Zimbabwe
Maize is Zimbabwe’s staple crop with approximately 2.1 million metric tons (t) required for the nation to be food secure. Unfavorable macroeconomic conditions and recurrent droughts have made it difficult for Zimbabwe to ...