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Published on October 4, 2022
A summary of the RSM2SNF project's validation event for Stakeholder perception held on September 28, 2022.
Published on October 3, 2022
Belton, B., & Fang, P. (2022). Hybrid livelihoods: Maize and agrarian transformation in Southeast Asia’s uplands. Journal of Rural Studies, 95, 521–532.
Published on October 1, 2022
J., George, A., Adelaja. (2022). "Armed conflicts, forced displacement and food security in host communities." World Development, 158, 105991.
Stakeholder Perceptions of the Fish and Vegetable Value Chains in Nigeria Validation Exercise, 28 September 2022
Published on September 28, 2022
The RSM2SNF validation exercise brought stakeholder together to discuss the results of the project stakeholder perception survey conducted between May and July 2022. The hybrid event had 21 participants in Zaria, 21 in Ibadan and 33 online.
Published on September 26, 2022
Parkhi, C. M., Liverpool‐Tasie, L. S. O., & Reardon, T. (2022). Do smaller chicken farms use more antibiotics? Evidence of antibiotic diffusion from Nigeria. Agribusiness.
How specific resilience pillars mitigate the impact of drought on food security: Evidence from Uganda
Published on September 21, 2022
Sunday, N., Kahunde, R., Atwine, B., Adelaja, A., & George, J. (2022). How specific resilience pillars mitigate the impact of drought on food security: Evidence from Uganda. Food Security.
Published on September 17, 2022
Maredia, M. K., & Bartle, B. (2022). Excess demand amid quality misperceptions: the case for low-cost seed quality signalling strategies. European Review of Agricultural Economics.
Rural Bangladeshi consumers’ (un)willingness to pay for low-milled rice: Implications for zinc biofortification
Published on September 15, 2022
Herrington, C. L., Maredia, M. K., Ortega, D. L., Taleon, V., Birol, E., Sarkar, M. A. R., & Rahaman, M. S. (2022). Rural Bangladeshi consumers’ (un)willingness to pay for low‐milled rice: Implications for zinc biofortification. Agricultural Economics.