Documents from other IFPRI projects that included work in Uganda
These documents are products of IFPRI research in Uganda that are not readily categorized as being part of a larger body of work from a research project or capacity strengthening initiative.
Alderman, H., Gilligan, D.O. & Lehrer, Kim. 2008. The impact of alternative Food for Education programs on school participation and educational attainment in northern Uganda. Mimeo. http://users.ox.ac.uk/~econ0274/downloads/Alderman_Gilligan_Lehrer_FFE__School_Participation.pdf.
Potts, M. & Nagujja, S. 2007. A review of agriculture and health policies in Uganda with implications for the dissemination of biofortified crops. HarvestPlus Working Paper no. 1. http://www.ifpri.org/publication/review-agriculture-and-health-policies-uganda-implications-dissemination-biofortified-cr.
Omamo, S. 2006. Back to the future: Reversing recent trends for food security in Eastern Africa. IFPRI – Eastern & Central Africa Program for Agricultural Policy Analysis brief no. 45. http://www.ifpri.org/publication/back-future.
Set of six briefs, including:
- Minde, I. Harmonizing seed policies and regulations in Eastern and Southern Africa;
- Fan, S., Nyange, D., & Zhang, X. Pro-poor public investment (Tanzania and Uganda);
- Nkonya, E., Pender, J., Jagger, P., Sserunkuuma, S., Kaizzi, K., & Ssali, H. Income strategies and land management (Uganda).
Smale, M., De Groote, H. & Falck-Zepeda, J. 2006. Biosafety and biodiversity risks. Genetic resource policies – Promising crop biotechnologies for smallholder farmers in East Africa: Bananas and maize – Research Brief no. 26. http://www.ifpri.org/publication/biosafety-and-biodiversity-risks.
Edmeades, S., Smale, M. & Karamura, D. 2006. Biodiversity of bananas on farms in Uganda. Genetic resource policies – Promising crop biotechnologies for smallholder farmers in East Africa: Bananas and maize – Research Brief no. 24. http://www.ifpri.org/publication/biodiversity-bananas-farms-uganda.
Edmeades, S. & Smale, M. 2006. Predicting farmer demand for transgenic cooking bananas in Uganda. Genetic resource policies – Promising crop biotechnologies for smallholder farmers in East Africa: Bananas and maize – Research Brief no. 23. http://www.ifpri.org/publication/predicting-farmer-demand-transgenic-cooking-bananas-uganda.
Smale, M., Kikulwe, E., Edmeades, S., De Groote, H., Byabachwezi, M. & Nkuba, J. 2006. Crucial determinants of adoption: material systems for banana and maize. Genetic resource policies – Promising crop biotechnologies for smallholder farmers in East Africa: Bananas and maize –
Research Brief no. 20. http://www.ifpri.org/publication/crucial-determinants-adoption.
Benin, S. 2004. Enabling policies and linking producers to markets. Synthesis paper prepared for conference on Integrated Agricultural Research for Development: Achievements, Lessons Learnt and Best Practice. Kampala: IFPRI. http://ussp.ifpri.info/files/2011/10/enabling-policies-and-linking-producers-to-markets-benin-04.pdf.
Lusty, C., & Smale, M. 2003. Assessing the social and economic impact of improved banana varieties in East Africa. Washington, D.C. & Montpellier, France: IFPRI & International Network for Improvement of Banana and Plantains (INIBAP). EPTD workshop summary paper 15. http://www.ifpri.org/publication/assessing-social-and-economic-impact-improved-banana-varieties-east-africa.