|Impacts of an improved seed policy environment in Eastern and Central Africa||Impactsofanimprovedseedpolicyenvironment.pdf||
This discussion paper assesses the impacts of an improved seed policy environment in the Eastern and Central Africa (ECA) region using a case study of formal trade in seed maize in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania that employs a spatial equilibrium model (SEM).
|Annex to the Paper: Responding to the Food Price Crisis in Eastern and Southern Africa||resp2food_pr_anx.pdf||
This is the Annex to the paper entitled "Responding to the Food Price Crisis in Eastern and Southern Africa"
|Responding to the Food Price Crisis in Eastern and Southern Africa||
This paper addresses the magnitude and implications of food price changes in national and regional markets in Eastern and Southern Africa with a view to provide the evidence base for effective policy action.
|Celebrating the International Day of Biodiversity||Full Paper.pdf||
Realizing the strategic importance of this day to the attainment of ASARECAs ultimate objective to Improve Livelihoods, ASARECA member countries celebrate the Worlds Biodiversity Day by organizing various forums including national discourse, workshops, public discussions and exhibitions, among other activities.
|How ASARECAs climbing bean project has improved livelihoods in Rwanda, Burundi and eastern DR Congo||
Intensification of Climbing Bean Agro-systems is one of the projects the Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) is funding in Rwanda, Burundi, and eastern DR Congo.
|The Role of Mainstreaming Gender in Agricultural Research and Development||RoleofMainstrmngGenderARD.pdf||
This paper seeks to highlight one of the major contradictions bedeviling efforts to feed the ECA region in the present times;
|Payment for environmental services: Laying the ground work||Payment for environmental services Book web.pdf||
Between 2009-2011 ASARECA supported a consortium of five institutions in three countries, namely, the School of Environmental Studies (Moi University), Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), and VIRED International Co. all of Kenya; University of Kinshasa & INERA of D. R. Congo;
|Physiological and biochemical response of tea [Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze] to water-deficit stress||Responses of tea to drought.pdf||
A study to determine the physiological and biochemical responses of eight tea [Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze] cultivars to water-deficit stress was conducted in a rain-out shelter using potted plants.
|How African Agriculture is under-rated due to narrow notions of evidence||
When economists and policy makers in developing countries talk about evidence, in most cases they mean numbers or statistics. For instance in African countries, statistics dominate the language used to describe fiscal policies and budgets in monetary terms.
|Scoping Study on Burundi’s Agricultural Production in a Changing Climate and Supporting Polices||Scoping Study on Burundi’s Agricultural Production in a Changing Climate and Supporting Polices.pdf||
The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) is an autonomous institute whose primary mission is to conduct public policy research leading to policy advice.