COVID-19 reinforces pre-existing market risks for pastoralists in northern KenyaDecember 7, 2020
Following his blog on the winners and losers in livestock commercialisation in northern Kenya and the accompanying working paper, researcher, pastoral development and dryland management specialist Guyo Roba examines the impact of COVID-19 market risks, explaining how strengthening their resilience is a key priority. Access this previous blog, and Working Paper 39, here. This blog… Read more »
New APRA research published on ‘inclusive innovation’ and urban agricultureMarch 23, 2020
A new article incorporating APRA research has recently been published online on the ScienceDirect website. The role of technology in inclusive innovation of urban agriculture attempts to address how technology can provide benefits for marginalised groups, such as women food entrepreneurs. Inclusive innovation describes the means by which new goods and services are developed for… Read more »
For more detailed information about our research in Kenya, download our country brochure. APRA is working in Kenya to conduct quantitative and qualitative research to:
- Examine how investment corridors are reshaping agricultural commercialisation pathways and rural livelihoods, looking at what the impacts have been – and for whom;
- Analyse the political economy of changing livestock marketing and trade in northern Kenya.
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