FARMESA. Farm-level applied research methods in Eastern and Southern Africa
Clive Ligthfoot , William W Wapakala , Bo Tengnäs
The Farm-level Applied Research Methods in Eastern and Southern Africa (FARMESA) was launched in July 1996. The programme is a regional collaborative initiative of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe, with financing of about US $ 5.5 million from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). In the programme document, it is envisaged that the progress of the project should be jointly examined by representatives of the core countries, FAO and Sida during a mid-term review. This report covers the findings of that review.