Smallholder farmers as a heterogeneous group: Assessing how farmers’ perception of their livelihood situation is influenced by intersecting social differences

Problem: The likelihood that farmers adopt innovations depends inter alia on how they view their livelihood...  » more

Farmers’ Integration in Agriculture Value Chains and the Role for Food Insecurity

In Tanzania, 80% of the population relies on agriculture for their livelihood. Small-scale farmers with...  » more

Byproducts for Bioenergy – advanced firewood substitution by simultaneous cooking and charring application

Fuel availability and fuel quality are major drivers to utilize efficient technology for cooking. Three...  » more

Looking at Food Security from an innovation systems perspective ‐ First empirical insights from Tanzania ‐

To arrive at meaningful recommendations to feed into the dissemination strategy, as a major objective...  » more

Validation of stakeholder-selected upgrading strategies for natural resource management, food production and consumption

Sustainable use of natural resources for agricultural production and efficient transformation of crops...  » more

Enhancing Smallholder Farmer Access to Prime Markets Through Horizontal & Vertical Linkages: The case of Sunflower in Tanzania

Cooperative movements in 1930s-1970s followed a horizontally and vertically linked production, processing...  » more

Yield gap analysis for Tanzania - The impact of climate and management on crop yields

The average maize yield in Tanzania is below 1.5 t ha-1. Nevertheless, Tanzania has a large potential...  » more

Innovating Strategies to safeguard Food Security using Technology and Knowledge Transfer: Overview and current status

The regional food supply situation, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa requires integrated food system...  » more

Agri-Food Value Chain Upgrading Strategies Choices: A Participatory Smallholder Farmer Centred Approach

Participatory situation analysis of existing food value chains (FVCs) has been done by screening and...  » more

Home gardening as a sustainable nutrition and livelihood strategy: Farmers perspectives in rural Tanzania.

Malnutrition and food insecurity are major problems faced by most of the developing countries including...  » more

Conflict Prevention and Management-System in large Food Security Projects; From Business to Science

Conflict Management and Moderation System (CPM-System) can be defined as a program designed for conflict...  » more

Participatory impact assessment of improved Food Security strategies in rural Tanzania

Participatory impact assessment of alternative food securing upgrading strategies can be used to conduct...  » more

Multistakeholder Platforms for Sustainable Upgrading Agri-food Value Chains in Rural Tanzania: Creating a Space for Empowerment and Effective Engagement

Stakeholder involvement pathways: Stakeholder involvement in Trans-SEC happens upon various activities...  » more