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Feed the Future Advancing Local Leadership, Innovation and Networks (ALL-IN)

Advancing African research leadership to promote resilience and agriculture-led growth

The Feed the Future Advancing Local Leadership, Innovation and Networks (ALL-IN) research program flips the traditional model of research collaborations led from US universities. ALL-IN researchers at African institutions lead these collaborations, leveraging their local knowledge, skills and ideas to build actionable evidence for promoting resilience and empowering rural families and communities to share in inclusive agricultural growth. ALL-IN was established by USAID as a partnership between the MRR Innovation Lab at the University of California, Davis and the International Centre for Evaluation and Development (ICED) in Nairobi, Kenya.  Learn more

Projects

Principal Investigators

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Emmanuel Abokyi

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  • Senior Management Consultant, Ghana Institute Of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA)
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Samuel Adams

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  • Dean, GIMPA School of Public Service and Governance
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Charles Amoatey

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  • Senior Lecturer, Ghana Institute Of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA)
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Ralph Armah

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  • Research Fellow, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana

Research Mentors

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Nargiza Ludgate

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  • Assistant Scholar, University of Florida International Center Office for Global Research Engagement
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Nicole Mason-Wardell

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  • Associate Professor of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, Michigan State University
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Bradford Mills

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  • Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Virginia Tech
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Mario Miranda

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  • Professor of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, The Ohio State University
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Christopher Udry

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  • Robert E. and Emily King Professor of Economics, Northwestern University