SIMLESA: one year later. Mulugetta Mekuria

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SIMLESA: one year later. Mulugetta Mekuria

  1. 1. 5th WCCA SIMLESA Workshop 26-27 September, Brisbane SIMLESA : One Year Later Workshop Part 1: Integration design and operational framework Workshop Part 2 Initial findings on CA related activities Mulugetta Mekuria Program Coordinator
  2. 2. Dual Challenge to SSA• To double the [crop] productivity, and significantly increase the incomes and livelihood opportunities from more productive, resilient and sustainable farming systems on essentially the same land area, and as climates change and the costs of fertilizer, water, and labor increase. SIMLESA goes right to the heart of this challenge
  3. 3. Workshop Tentative Agenda1.1. Introduction of Program - Mulugetta Mekuria1.2. Welcome Remarks Bekele Shiferaw1.3. Introduction Design for CA + VC + Germ plasm – Pat Wall1.4. SIMLESA Pathways to impact – Bekele Shiferaw1.5. Australian - Africa integration – GIS similarity analysis of Qld and Africa environments – QAAFI Team -Daniel Rodriguez1.6. Varietal x CA effects in Qld – Solomon/DanielDiscussion and wrap up
  4. 4. Workshop II SIMLESA One Year Later – Initial Findings1. Welcome and introductions- Bruno Gerard2. Initial results of SIMLESA Objective 01: Baseline Survey findings : Implications on CA Adoption Menale Kassie and Bekele Shiferaw3. Towards Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Cropping SystemsKenya Experience- John Achieng, Alfred Micheni, Fred Kanampiu4. Towards Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Cropping Systems-Ethiopian Experience- Tolessa Debele presenting-(Dagne Wegary, Abeya Temesgen, Solomon Admasu, Solomon Jemal, Alemu Tirfessa, Legesse Hidoto, Fekadu Getnet and Fred Kanampiu)5. Towards Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Cropping Systems- Mozambique, Domingos Dais, Nascimento Nhantumbo and Isaiah Nyagumbo6. Discussions and the way forward
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  6. 6. Pigeonpea for Maize-PP intercropping

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