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  • 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 a social, political or economic impact.…

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  • 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 – the social pressure is too…

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  • 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 Sciences (NMBU) and Bachelor of…

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  • Q&A with ARN Researcher Dr. Rebecca Ibe : Enhancing Smallholder Productivity through Horticulture Crops

    Dr. Rebecca Bolatito Ibe holds a Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Science degrees in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria (2018 and 2003, respectively) and a Bachelor of Agriculture (B. Agric., 2000) from the University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. She is currently the Chief Research Officer at the National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT), Ibadan, Nigeria. Dr.…

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  • 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 Muhanguzi. The panel session moderator…

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  • Q&A with ARN Researcher Opeyemi Ayinde

    In this Q&A, Dr. Opeyemi Ayinde discusses her recent research on credit, insurance and stress-tolerant maize, as well as policies that can increase rural resilience.

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  • ALL-IN Capacity Building Training on Policy Impact Evaluation held in Ethiopia

    Many national and international organizations are investing scarce financial, human, and material resources to improve the livelihood of the poor in developing countries. Ethiopia has also been implementing different policies and programs to promote economic growth and support the poor. Understanding the impact of these policies, regardless of the political regime and remit of the policy/development program, will help to…

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  • MRR Innovation Lab is very proud to partner ICED!

    https://mailchi.mp/25bf0eb93e72/feed-the-future-mrr-innovation-lab-update-9301257?e=d9e49be4e8

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  • Q&A with ARN Researcher Florence Muhanguzi Kyoheirwe

    Tell us a little bit about yourself Florence Muhanguzi Kyoheirwe is an Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies, working with the School of Women and Gender Studies, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Makerere University.  I am a senior researcher and gender trainer in the fields of social development with extensive experience in gender and feminist research in thematic…

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  • Newsletter 01- August – 2022

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