Publications and Presentations
- Minde, Isaac Joseph etl. al. 2012. Food System Dynamics in Africa: Anticipating and Adapting to Change. MAFS Working Paper No.1
- Minnar, Amanda et al. 2013. Food Science and Technology Curricula in Africa: Meeting Africa’s New Challenges. MAFS Working Paper No.2
- Turner, Mugisha et al. 2013. An Annotated Bibliography of Agricultural Education and Training Impact Evaluations. MAFS Working Paper No. 3.
- Eicher and Haggblade. 2013. The Evolution of Agricultural Education and Training: Global Insights of Relevance for Africa. MAFS Working Paper No.4
- Tschirley et al. 2013. Food System Dynamics: Projecting Changes in Food Demand in Eastern and Southern Africa through 2040. MAFS Working Paper No.5
- Mugisha and Nkwasibwe. 2014. Tracer Study of Agricultural Graduates in Uganda. MAFS Working Paper No. 6.
- Haggblade et al. 2014. Improving the Relevance and Effectiveness of Agricultural Education and Training in Africa: Insights from Agricultural Role Models. MAFS Working Paper No. 7.
- Kaneene et al. 2014. Models for University Engagement with Private and Public Sector Employers. MAFS Working Paper No. 8.
- Madakadze et al. 2014. Technical and Institutional Capacities of AET Institutions in Southern Africa: Are there Lessons for the Rest of Africa? MAFS Working Paper No. 9.
- Minde et al. 2014. Technical and Institutional Capacities of AET Institutions in Eastern and Southern Africa: A Case Study of Three Universities with a Regional Footprint. MAFS Working Paper No. 10.
- Scheltema et al. 2014. Evolving Skill Needs in the Food System of East and Southern Africa: Results from Agribusiness Company Interviews. MAFS Working Paper No. 11.
- Haggblade et al. 2015. Emergng Early Actions for Bending the Curve in Sub-Saharan Africa’s Nutrition Transition. . MAFS Working Paper No. 12.
- The Rise of an African Consumer Class: Patterns, Opportunities, and Challenges. June 17, 2014. By David Tschirley, Michael Dolislager, Lulama Traub, Fred Meyer and Francis Ejobi. Presentation at the IFAMA 2014 Conference, Special Session on “The Rise of the African Consumer Class” Cape Town, South Africa
- Capacity-building in Policy Institutions and Higher Education: A View from the Trenches.AFRE Food Security Group. AFRE Department Brown Bag Seminar. January 14, 2014.
- Agriculture and Africa’s Structural Transformation. Steven Haggblade. Wilson Center and USAID Alumni Association panel discussion on Africa: Agriculture, Structural Change and the Urban Imperative. May 22, 2013.
- Partnerships for Capacity Development for Modernizing African Food Systems. 2010. by Isaac Minde, on behalf of Makerere, Michigan State, Pretoria and Stellenbosch Universities.
Related Publications by Consortium Member Scholars
- Tschirley, D., T. Reardon, M. Dolislager, and J. Snyder. 2014. The rise of a middle class in East and Southern Africa: Implications for food system transformation. Helsinki: WIDER (World Institute for Development Economics Research,) Working Paper 2014/119
- Agricultural economics scholarship in South Africa at the crossroads : is it time for a national institute of food, agricultural and resource economics? Kirsten, Johann F. (Routledge, 2011-09) This paper reflects on the standing and impact of the work of agricultural economists in South Africa to illustrate the critical decisions faced by the profession as it contemplates its future.
Journal Special Issue: Modernizing Africa Food Systems. 2015. Dr. Steven Haggblade, Dr. John B. Kaneene, Dr. David L. Tschirley and Dr. Isaac Minde. Editor(s). Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies Volume 5, Issue 2. (Start page 94)
- Special Issue Introduction: Sub-Saharan Africa’s Agri-Food System in Transition. by John B. Kaneene , Steven Haggblade , David L Tschirley. (pp. 94 - 101)
- Africa ’ S Unfolding Diet Transformation: Implications for Agrifood System Employment. by David L Tschirley , Jason Snyder , Michael Dolislager , Thomas Reardon , Steven Haggblade , Joseph Goeb , Lulama Traub , Francis Ejobi , Ferdi Meyer. (pp. 102 – 136)
- Challenges for Agricultural Education and Training (AET) Institutions in Preparing Growing Student Populations for Productive Careers in the Agri-Food System. by Isaac Minde , Stephanus Terblanche , Bernard Bashaasha , Ignacio Casper Madakadze , Jason Snyder , Anthony Mugisha. (pp. 137 - 169)
- Motivating and Preparing African Youth for Successful Careers in Agribusiness: Insights From Agricultural Role Models. by Steven Haggblade , Antony Chapoto , Aissetou Drame-Yayé , Sheryl L. Hendriks , Stephen Kabwe , Isaac Minde , Johnny Mugisha , Stephanus Terblanche. (pp. 170 - 189)
- Implications of Changing Agri-Food System Structure for Agricultural Education and Training in Sub-Saharan Africa. by John David Kabasa , Johann Kirsten , Isaac Minde. (pp. 190 - 199)Bottom of Form