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  • 2016, Dec - FACASI December 2016 Newsletter - Newsletters, English
  • 2016, Jun - FACASI April - June 2016 Newsletter - Newsletters, English
  • 2016, Apr - FACASI Newsletter Issue 7 January - April 2016 - Newsletters, English
    Enabling Policies for Wider Adoption and Expansion of Smallholder Mechanization
  • 2015, Nov - FACASI NEWSLETTER August-September, 2015 Issue 6 - Annexes 2015, English
    Smallholder mechanization is one of the main components of agricultural production and productivity growth. Use of farm machinery and equipment reduces labor drudgery, saves farm power, helps timely land preparation, and allows perating relatively larger farm plots. However, the level of smallholder mechanization in a given country depends on past and present policy support for enhancing the enabling environment for wider adoption and expansion of farm machinery use. These
  • 2015, Aug - FACASI Newsletter April - June 2015 | Issue 5 - Newsletters, English
    Issue 5 of this Newsletter features interesting articles like "Training of research teams within the FACASI project". "Service providers training in two wheel tractor operation and business management in Zimbabwe" among other articles . Read more by downloading the full newsletter from the link.
  • 2015, Apr - Newsletter Issue No. 4. January - March 2015 - Newsletters, English
    Issue No. 4 of the FACASI Newsletter covers articles on Two Wheel Tractors using Private Sector based supply chains in Zimbabwe: discussion of options, the Review meeting in HAWASSA and lots of other interesting reading
  • 2014, Dec - FACASI Newsletter Issue 3 December 2014 - Newsletters, English
    The International Conference on Conservation Agriculture for small holder (CASH) farmers was held in Mymensingh, Bangladesh from the 7th to 11 December 2014. The objective of CASH was to bring together practitioners working towards the development and uptake of Conservation Agriculture (CA) for smallholder farmers. The conference served as a platform to present the current status of CA for smallholders, establish linkages among collaborators working on CA for smallholders and chartered a course
  • 2014, Sep - FACASI Newsletter Issue 2, September - Newsletters, English
    The Business Modeling training was conducted at Adama, Ethiopia from 23rd to 28th June, 2014. The training aimed at equipping the newly recruited CIMMYT na-tional agribusiness de-velopment officers as well as the National Agriculture Research System officers involved in the FACASI project from the four countries of Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Zim-babwe, with practical skills in market development and business modelling. It also aimed at orienting the participants to the project design and unde
  • 2014, May - FACASI Newsletter Issue 1, 2014 - Resources, English
    Farm Power : the 'forgotten resource' of sustainable Intensification programs in Africa?

 

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