Q&A with ARN Researcher Nneji Ifeyinwa Umeokeke

In our May issue, we shed a spotlight on Nneji Ifeyinwa Umeokeke, a Nigeria-based researcher with keen interest around production economics, circular economy, impact evaluation, and welfare. Nneji spoke to our ARN team and shared more about her passion for development research. Here is what she had to say:   Tell us a little about yourself? […]

Hamdiyah Alhassan (PhD)

Hamdiyah Alhassan (PhD) is an Associate Professor in Development Economics at the Department of Economics. She is the Director of Kazuhiko Takeuchi Centre for Sustainability and Resilience, University for Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana and lectures in Environmental and Resource Economics, Advanced Mathematics for Economists, Applied Statistics and Mathematics for Economists. She is a development economist […]

Emerging Evidence on Why Soil Testing is Key

Emerging Evidence on Why Soil Testing is Key to Improve Yields on Smallholder Farms in Kenya Soil acidity problem is a significant cause of low and stagnated crop yields in Kenya, particularly for maize, which is the country’s main staple crop. But research demonstrate that few farmers test their soils or make soil management decisions […]

Q&A with ARN Reseacher Professor Peter Njiforti

  This month, ARN is thrilled to spotlight one of Nigeria’s finest development economist, professor Peter Njiforti. Peter is one of the 12 Principal Investigators under the USAID’s ALL-IN Project implemented by ICED and Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Markets, Risk and Resilience across Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Ghana and Malawi. ALL-IN is advancing […]

Professor Samuel A. Donkoh

Professor Samuel A. Donkoh is a professor of Agricultural Economics. He is currently the Dean of the School of Economics, University for Development Studies (UDS), Tamale, Northern Ghana. He holds BA (Hons) Econs, Dip Ed and MPhil in Economics from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana; and PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of […]

Dr. Oliver Okumu

Dr. Oliver Okumu is Research Scientist with over 8years’ experience in research. Technically, his experiences range from design, management, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of agricultural research output. He has managed and participated in various research projects.. Dr. Okumu worked/ Consulted for Coffee Research Institute in determining the use of beneficial soil microorganisms as an alternative […]

Benson Maina

Benson Maina is a Product Research & Development Professional from Nairobi, Kenya. He holds a Master of Science degree in Horticulture and a Master in Business Administration from the University of Nairobi and the Power Business School respectively. With over seven years of experience, Benson is a talented leader in guiding all functions relating to […]

Digital Innovations to Improve Market Access

Digital Innovations to Improve Market Access for Horticultural Produce in Malawi Horticulture is a major source of income and nutrition for many households in Malawi. However, horticultural markets are fragmented and uncoordinated, and many small-scale farmers also have limited know-how to produce high-quality crops. This ALL-IN project addresses these challenges with information and communications technology […]

The Distributional Impacts of Large-Scale Land Transactions in Ethiopia

Large-scale land transactions in developing countries are intended to transform agricultural systems through domestic and foreign investments in commercialization. However, the welfare impacts these transactions have on local communities remains unclear. This ALL-IN project is measuring the impacts of large-scale land transactions in Ethiopia and identifying the communities and households who benefit and those who […]

Adapting to Climate Risk with Mutual Weather-Index Crop Insurance in Nigeria

While northern Nigeria is a critical agricultural region, rural families there face high risks related to climate change. Agricultural index insurance products tailored for the region’s predominantly Muslim farmers may promote resilience to weather shocks like drought or flood. A Feed the Future ALL-IN research team is developing and testing a Sharia-compliant takaful mutual insurance […]

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