A set of new research papers have been published for April 2014, produced by researchers supported by our Early Career Fellowship Programme. The programme aims to build a new generation with skills in agricultural policy research and engagement.
Early Career Fellowship Programme
The Early Career Fellowship Programme is a new FAC capacity building initiative for the next generation of researchers working on issues of agriculture policy research. The programme focuses on early career professionals who have recently graduated from post-graduate studies and are starting on their careers.
Read more: About the Early Career Fellowship Programme
Future Agricultures is supporting several new research projects in 2013-2014, building on the evidence gathered through our research themes.
A summary of the small grants awarded in October 2013 is below. To get news of the publications and other outputs from each research project, sign up to our email newsletter.
The Early Career Fellowship Programme run by Future Agricultures provides grants and mentoring to a small number of promising researchers who are investigating the politics of agricultural policy in Africa.
Early Career Fellows are required to produce publications as part of the programme, which support original field-based and policy-oriented research on African agricultural policy.
A list of some of the papers produced so far is shown below. This will be added to as more Fellows produce research papers and other outputs.