|Understanding the Recent Food Price Trends in Uganda||Swaibu Mbowa, Joseph Mawejje and Ibrahim Kasirye||
The global food price crisis has worsened the food security situation for many developing countries especially those that are net food importers.
|Increasing Food Prices and Implications on the Ugandan Economy||Swaibu Mbowa, Joseph Mawejje and Ibrahim Kasirye||
Since the global food price crisis of 2007/08, the price of major food commodities in Uganda has continued to rise.The price of maize grain, for example increased by 90% - from UGX 400 in 2007 to about UGX 750 per kg in 2008 (Figure 1).
|Facilitating scaling out and spillovers of agricultural technologies and knowledge: Study to inform SIMLESA Volume 1: Main report||ASARECA||
The Sustainable Intensification of Maize Legume cropping systems for food security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) programme aims to increase farm-level food security and productivity through developing more resilient, profitable and sustainable farming systems.
|Facilitating scaling out and spillovers of agricultural technologies and knowledge: Study to inform SIMLESA Volume 2: Annexes||
The SIMLESA strategy emphasises leveraging science and technology by using existing scientific evidence to enhance evaluation, adaptation and delivery of profitable options to smallholders.
|Tanzania Seed Sector Assessment||ASARECA||
Participatory National Seed Sector Assessment For The Development Of An Integrated Seed Sector. Development (Issd) Programme In Tanzania Synthesis ReportFINAL DRAFT April 25 2014.
|Situation analysis of the current status of tissue culture application in the Eastern and Central Africa region||Clet Wandui Masiga, Emmarold Mneney, Francis Wachira, Charles Mugoya||
Plant tissue culture which involves culture of explants on nutrient media under sterile conditions is one of the proven biotechnology applications that has hugely impacted on crop improvement.
|Status of human resource capacity for agricultural innovation in ASARECA national agricultural research systems||ASARECA||
The study targeted 6 countries in the ASARECA region: Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Madagascar, Rwanda and south Sudan.
|Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda Use Science and Technology to Boost Agricultural Productivity||ASARECA||
Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda – are collaborating to marshal the power of science and tackle common problems facing farmers
|Gender Mainstreaming to Support Agricultural Development for Improved Livelihoods Best Practices in Eastern and Southern Africa||Adeline R. Muheebwa, Yeshi Chiche||
In December 2012, the programme on Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume cropping systems for food security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) commissioned a study to compile case studies of good practices in gender mainstreaming in the areas covered by the programme.
|End of Phase 1 EAAPP (East Africa Agriculture Productivity Programme) report||Kate Wellard, Tim Chancellor, Geresom Okecho, Sheba Ndagire and Stephen Mugarura||
An ambitious regional programme, the Eastern Africa Agricultural Productivity Programme (EAAPP), which ASARECA has been coordinating for the last five years, has posted impressive impacts, prompting a call for immediate roll-out of a second phase.