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Sustaining the CAADP Momentum: Strategies and Policies to Support Household Resilience to Drought
Agriculture is the most important sector in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and will be the hardest hit by climate change. Country agricultural sectors will be impacted by climate change in different ways. But, in most cases, ...
Getting the Recipe Right: Discussion Points for Strengthening Impact Assessment in the CGIAR
Discussant presentation at AAEA Annual Meeting Concurrent Session - Strengthening Impact Assessment in the CGIAR: Lessons Learned.
Agricultural, Off-Farm, Migration, and Social Protection Strateiges to Increase Rural Household Resilience to Rainfall Shocks in sub-Saharan Africa
Presentation at AGRA side session of the12th CAADP Partnership Platform in Accra Ghana
Integrated Agricultural, Migration, and Social Protection Strategies to Reduce Vulnerability to Climate Change in East Africa
AGRA Development Forum
Forest co-management in Guinea: a multi-scale, multi-output ex-post impact analysis
SPIA inception workshop on under-evaluated areas of CGIAR research.
Adoption of Energy Efficient Technology
Presentation to NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates Seminar Series
Building Multilateral Greenhouse Gas Reduction Policies Based on Shared Successes: Adoption of Energy Efficient Residential Technologies in the United States and the European Union
Presentation to President and Provost on outcome of Institute for Society, Culture and Environment Research Support Program Funding
Flash Presentation: Analysis of Integrated Agricultural System, Migration, and Social Protection Strategies to Reduce Vulnerability to Climate Change in East Africa
3 Minute 'Flash' Presentation on Project Results to Michigan State University Global Center for Food Systems Innovaton Grantee Workshop
Agricultural, Off-Farm, Migration, and Social Protection Strategies to Increase Rural Household Resilience to Rainfall Shocks in Sub-Saharan Africa
Spring Seminar Series Presentation at Global Forum on Urban and Regional Reslience