The Summit will bring together experts and policy makers from Zambia, the region, and the international community to share and debate research findings, highlight promising response strategies, and identify unresolved issues for future research on resilience and sustainability.
SEMINAR: What explains the persistence of socially suboptimal policies over long periods of time? What factors and forces provoke episodes of reform that punctuate long periods of policy inertia?
The Role of Agri-food Systems in Promoting Industrialization in Tanzania Enhancing Linkage of Upstream and Downstream Value Chain Activities in the Context of Agriculture Transformation
An introduction to the Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project Scholars' Program, featuring its 2016-2017 students studying at MSU.
The US’s incoming administration has an historic opportunity to extend America’s global leadership by promoting the economic transformations underway in Africa.
The National Agriculture Policy (NAP) defines the vision for development of the agricultural sector in Malawi over the next five years.