More than 10 million people in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda depend on smallholder farming. Most rural households are resource-poor, food insecure and v
This improved access to mechanization, reduced labour drudgery, and minimised biomass trade-offs.
This program was part of the Australia Food Security Initiative for Africa. It built substantially on completed ACIAR projects in Kenya, Malawi, Zimba
This project studiedÂ how socioeconomic factors (including gender), changes in farming systems, climate variability and policies influenced producti
This project aimedÂ to modernise the Ethiopian sorghum breeding program at the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR).
This study highlights the diversity of farming systems in Ethiopia and their significance as a basis for plannin
Highlights and overview of the SIMLESA program 2015.
This manual, originally published in 2002, describes the procedures needed to produce and test live, thermostabl