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? […]

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 […]

Q&A with ARN Researcher Monica Addison

Tell us about yourself                  I am Dr. (Mrs.) Monica Addison, a highly motivated Research Fellow at the Bureau of Integrated Rural Development (BIRD) of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana. I had my secondary education at St Louis Senior High School in Kumasi, Ghana. I am a proud alumna of […]

Q&A with ARN Researcher James Fasakin

James Fasakin is a Monitoring and Evaluation specialist, and Research Assistant on many developmental projects. He is also an associate consultant with Ethical Trade Services Africa Limited (ETSA), Nairobi, Kenya. He was recently part of the economic team that prepared the Nigeria Vision-2050 agenda, titled “Analytical Support for the Preparation of Economic Growth and Development Cluster of […]

ALL-IN Baseline Dissemination Workshop

Lessons from Abuja, Nigeria   Baseline dissemination and communication of research are considered as an integral part of any research project. They help in increasing the visibility of research outputs, public engagement in science and innovation, and confidence of society in research. Effective dissemination and communication are vital to ensure that the conducted research has […]

Q&A with ARN Researcher Dr. Mercy Kamau

Tell us a little about yourself? I am married and a mother of three adult children. I did my post graduate schooling while also taking on my role as a mother to my children – a major challenge which I would not recommend. Though women often have to juggle between the family and professional development […]

Q&A with ARN Researcher Dr. Robertson Khataza

Tell us a little about yourself? Robertson Khataza is a researcher and lecturer at the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR), Malawi. He received his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of Western Australia (UWA), a Master of Science in Development and Resource Economics from the Norwegian University of Life […]

Plenary Discussion at the 2022 Evidence to Action Conference on Flipping the Traditional Model of Research Collaborations

At the recently held Evidence to Action conference in Uganda, Feed the Future ALL-IN principal investigators engaged in a plenary panel discussion on “Flipping the traditional model of research collaborations between Global North and Global South researchers and research institutions.” The participants were Dr. Solomon Walelign, Dr. Peter Njiforti, Dr. Opeyemi Ayinde and Dr. Florence […]

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