This presentation is based on the AMA Innovation Lab project, Savings, Subsidies and Sustainable Food Security: A Field Experiment in Mozambique. This research seeks to shed light on using a field fertilizer experiment among farmers in rural Mozambique.
This paper uses evidence-based understanding of poverty dynamics in the pastoralist-based economy of northern Kenya’s arid and semi arid lands as a case study to discuss and compare the observed impacts of two different social protection schemes on heterogeneous pastoralist households
About 1 billion people still live in extreme poverty. With labor being their only outlet, understanding the link between labor market choices and poverty is key to poverty reduction. This presentation took place in Washington DC, United States on June 29, 2016 by BRAC.
This presentation took place in Maputo, Mozambique on September 15, 2014 describing the mounting factors resulting in low levels of productivity in Mozambique. This presentation is translated from Portuguese.
This presentation took place in Maputo, Mozambique on September 15, 2014 describing the effects of Mozambique missing the opportunity of adopting improved seeds and fertilizer in the 20th century. This presentation is translated from Portuguese.
In this paper, we lay out the logic and impact evaluation methodology of this multi-dimensional pilot intervention in Mozambique designed to evaluate the impact of voucher coupons in both in the short and medium terms.
This paper examines South Africa's Land Redistribution for Agricultural Development (LRAD) program. The estimates show that living standards initially drop and then, after 3–4 years, rise to 150% of their pre-transfer level. These results are statistically significant and robust to a statistically more conservative identification strategy.
This presentation took place in University of California Davis, United States describing agricultural technology constraints amount in the form credit constraints, informational barriers, technical support, among others in Senegal.