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Papers published under the Working Paper Series (WPS) are produced from the ATPS small grants process or from regional projects. The ATPS Board supports efforts aimed at improving WPS, and researchers are encouraged to produce final drafts of their research reports in an easy-to-read- and-understand form.

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Agricultural Innovations and Adaptations to Climate Change Effects and Food Security in Central Africa: Case of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea and Central Africa Republic

Agricultural Innovations and Adaptations to  Climate Change Effects and Food Security in  Central Africa: Case of Cameroon, Equatorial  Guinea and Central Africa Republic

[Musongong née Siri Bella Ngoh, Mafany George Teke, Ndeso Sylvevster Atanga], ATPS WORKING PAPER No. 79

 

Developpement d'une Zone Humide Simulee Plantee avec Amaranthacea et Capri: Aridacea pour le traitement des eaux usess domestiques

By Jacques Kouakou Working Papers Series No. 50

 

Design and Analysis of a 1MW Grid-Connected Solar PV System in Ghana

Design and Analysis of a 1MW Grid-Connected Solar PV System in Ghana

[Ebenezer Nyarko Kumi, Abeeku Brew-Hammond], ATPS WORKING PAPER No. 78

 

Farmers’ Perception and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change and Variability in the Upper Catchment of Blue Nile, Ethiopia

Farmers’ Perception and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change and Variability in the Upper Catchment of Blue Nile, Ethiopia. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 77.

 

Multi-temporal threshold algorithm in forest fire detection using MDG satellite: The case of Zimbabwe

Multi-temporal threshold algorithm in forest fire detection using MDG satellite: The case of Zimbabwe. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 76.

 

Role of information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in climate Change Awareness in Seke and Murewa Districts of Zimbabwe

Role of information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in climate Change Awareness in Seke and Murewa Districts of Zimbabwe. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 75

 

Farmers’ Response and Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change in Mafeteng District, Lesotho

Farmers’ Response and Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change in Mafeteng District, Lesotho. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 74.

 

Vulnerability and adaptation strategies to climate variability of the Bos-taurusdairy genotypes in Nandi South and Rongai Counties in Kenya

Vulnerability and adaptation strategies to climate variability of the Bos-taurusdairy genotypes in Nandi South and Rongai Counties in Kenya. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 73.

 

Developing the Capacity and Improving Access of Small-scale Farmers to Low Cost Artificial Substrate Mushroom Cultivation in South-Eastern Nigeria

Developing the Capacity and Improving Access of Small-scale Farmers to Low Cost Artificial Substrate Mushroom Cultivation in South-Eastern Nigeria, ATPS Working Paper No. 72

 

Vehicular Carbon Emissions Concentration Level in Minna, Nigeria the Environmental Cum Climate Change Implication

Vehicular Carbon Emissions Concentration Level in Minna, Nigeria the Environmental Cum Climate Change Implication

[Okelola Olumayokun Francis, Okhimamhe Apollonia], ATPS WORKING PAPER No. 71

 

Indigenous Knowledge Practices for Climate Change Adaptation and impact mitigation: The case of smallholder farmers in Tigray, Northern Ethiopia

Indigenous Knowledge Practices for Climate Change Adaptation and impact mitigation: The case of smallholder farmers in Tigray, Northern Ethiopia

[Kiros Meles Hadgu, Desta G. Michael], ATPS WORKING PAPER No. 70

 

Appropriate Protection, Promotion and Access to Benefit-Sharing of Traditional Herbal Medicinal Knowledge in Uganda

Appropriate Protection, Promotion and Access to Benefit-Sharing of Traditional Herbal Medicinal Knowledge in Uganda

[Wanakwakwa J., Munabi C., Lwanga H., Muhumuza J., Gateese T.], ATPS WORKING PAPER No. 69

 

Analysis of Traditional Healers in Lesotho: Implications on Intellectual Property Systems.

Analysis of Traditional Healers in Lesotho: Implications on Intellectual Property Systems. ATPS Working paper No. 68

 

Traditional Healers and their Provision of Mental Health Services in Cosmopolitan Informal Settlements in Nairobi, Kenya.

Traditional Healers and their Provision of Mental Health Services in Cosmopolitan Informal Settlements in Nairobi, Kenya. ATPS Working Paper No. 67

 

A Study on Intellectual Property Environment in Eight Countries: Swaziland, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia

By Joseph M. Wekundah. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 66

 

Assessment of Possible Intellectual Property Protection Options of Traditional Knowledge System in Ethiopia: Special Reference in Herbal Medicine for Livestock

By Tibebu Solomon. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 65

 

National Policies and Legal Frameworks Governing Traditional Knowledge and Effective Intellectual Property Systems in Southern and Eastern Africa: The Case of Traditional Healers in Tanzania

By Georges S. Shemdoe (PhD) and Loy Mhando. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 64

 

Incidence of Indigenous, Emerging and Innovative Climate Change Adaptation Practices for Smallholder Farmers' Livelihood Security in Chikhwawa District, Southern Malawi

By Tennyson M Magombo, George Kanthiti, Grace Phiri, Mutisungirire Kachulu and Hilda Kabuli. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 63

 

Climate Change and Adaptation Measures in Northern Nigeria: Empirical Situation and Policy Implications

By Dr. Blessing Kaletapwa Farauta, Chukwudumebi Leticia Egbule, Dr. Yusuf Lawan Idrisa and Dr. Victoria, Chinwe Agu. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 62

 

Agricultural Innovations for Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security in West Africa: The Case of Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Liberia

By Ekwe Agwu Agwu, Festus Onesimus Amadu, Teddy Amara Morlai, Emmanuel Topor Wollor and Leroy W. Cegbe; ATPS Working Paper Series No. 61

 

Assessment on the Adaptive Capacity of the Machobane Farming System to Climate Change in Lesotho

By Sissay B. Mekbib, Adesola O. Olaleye, Motlatsi N. Mokhothu, Masia Johane and Taddese Wondimu. ATPS Working Paper Series No.60

 

Agricultural Innovations for Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security in Africa: The Cases of Ghana and The Gambia

By Gordon Akon-Yamga, Paul Boadu, Beatrice Darko Obiri, Joyce Amoako and Fatou Janha Mboob. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 59.

 

Estimating Land Prices and Opportunity Costs of Conservation in a Megadiversity Country

By Philip M. Osano, Mathieu Rouget, Jane Turpie, Wilfried Thuiller and Andrew Balmford. ATPS Working Paper Series No. 58.

 

Climate Change Awareness and Adaptation in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

By Thaddeus Chidi Nzeadibe,Chukwudumebi L. Egbule,Nnaemeka A. Chukwuone and Victoria Chinwe Agu.Working Paper Serien No. 57.

 

Emerging and Indigenous Technology for Climate Change Adaptation in Southwest Nigeria

By K. Adebayo,T. O. Dauda,L. S. Rikko,F. O. A. George,O. S. Fashola,J. J. Atungwu,S. O. Iposu,A. O. Shobowale and O. B. Osuntade. Working Paper Series No. 56

 

Emerging Technologies for Building Resilience to Climate Change Effect: A Case Study in Dangbe East District of the Republic of Ghana

Mahu Seth Agbeve,Atsu Titiati and Wilhemina Quaye . Working Paper Series No 55.

 

Enhancing Agricultural Yields by Small-holder Farmers through Integrated Climate Change Adaptation in Sierra Leone

By Teddy Amara Morlai,Chris Bobo Squire,Kelleh Gbawuru Mansaray and Gibril Vandy. Working Paper Series No. 54.

 

Indigenous Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change: Study of Imo and Enugu States in Southeast Nigeria

By Anselm A. Enete,Ignatius I. Madu,Josephat C. Mojekwu,Anthony N. Onyekuru,Elizabeth .A. Onwubuya and Fidelis Eze.  Working Paper Series No. 53.

 

Technological Challenges of Climate Change Adaptation in Nigeria: Insights from Enugu State

By Emeka Celestine Nzeh and Ogugua Rita Eboh (Mrs.) Working Paper Series No. 52.

 

Tracking Effective Indigenous Adaptation Strategies on Impacts of Climate Variability on Food Security and Health of Subsistence Farmers in Tanzania

By Riziki Silas Shemdoe Working Paper Series No. 51.

 

Assessment of Rural Water Supply Management in Selected Rural Areas of Oyo State, Nigeria

By Niyi Gbadegesin and Felix Olorunfemi Working Papers Series No. 49

 

Water Pollution by Industries in Lesotho

By Deepa Pullanikatil 2007. Working Papers Series No. 48

 

Ecological Sanitation as a Water and Environmental Conservation Technology Option: The case of slum communities in Kampala

By J. Kakooza, D. Khayangayanga, J. Kurundu and D. Nalubega 2007. Working Papers Series No. 47

 

Small Scale Rainwater Harvesting for Combating Water Deprivation at Orphan Care Centres in Peri-Urban Areas of Lilongwe, Malawi

By H.R. Mloza-Banda, A. Chikuna and D.D. Singa 2007. Working Papers Series No. 46

 

Assessment of Community Water and Sanitation in Ghana

By R. M. Entsua-Mensah, G. Essegbey, G. Frempong and C. Engmann 2007. Working Papers Series No. 45

 

An Assessment of the Effects of Technology Transfer on Gender Roles within a Community: The Development of Tea and Coffee Production among Smallholder Farmers in Kiambu District, Central Province Kenya

By Winifred Karugu 2006. Working Papers Series No. 44

 

Socio-Economic and Environmental consequences of Agricultural Technology: A Comparative Study of Small Scale Surface Irrigation Technology in Nigeria and Swaziland

By Kevin Urama and Emanuel Mwendera. Working Papers Series No. 43

 

Engineering Education for Industrial Development: Case Studies of Nigeria,Ghana and Zimbabwe

By A. A Afonja,K. Sraku-Lartey,S. A. Oni. Working Papers Series No. 42

 

The Role of Development Financial Institutions in the Aquisition of Technological Capabilities by Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya

By G.S. Namusonge. Working Papers Series No. 41

 

Socio-economic Consequences of Technological Change on the Rural Non-Farm Igbo Women Entrepreneurs of South-Eastern Nigeria: Implications for Farm and Non-Farm Linkages

By Jonathan O. Alimba and Justina U. Mgabada. Working Papers Series No. 40

 

The Impact of Information Technology on Nigerian Economy: A Study of Manufacturing and Services Sectors

By David Ola Kajobgola. Working Papers Series No. 39

 

The Gender Variable in Agricultural Technology: A Case Study of Rural Farmers in Machakos District

By Esther Njiro. Working Papers Series No. 38

 

Women and Engineering in Nigeria: Towards Improved Policy Initiatives and Increased Female Participation

By A. J. Badekale. Working Papers Series No. 37

 

Analysis and Comparison of the Agricultural Development Programme and University Agricultural Technology Transfer System in Nigeria

By M.C. Madukwe, E.C. Ekoli and S.O. Eze. Working Papers Series No. 35

 

Analysis of Indigenous knowledge in Swaziland: implications for sustainable agricultural development

By Musa A. Dube and Patricia J. Mus. Working Papers Series No. 34

 

Acquisition of Technological Capability in Africa: A Case Study of Indigenous Building Materials Firms in Nigeria

By Yomi Oruwai, Margaret Jev, Opuene Owei 2002. Working Papers Series No. 33

 

Technology Transfer and Acquisition in the Oil Sector and Government Policy in Nigeria

By R.I. Chima, E.A. Owioduoki, R.I. Ogoh 2002. Working Papers Series No. 32

 

Agricultural Research and Delivery in the South-Eastern Highlands of Ethiopia: A Case Study of the SG-2000 Approach in Hitosa District

By G. Yiemene. Working Papers Series No. 27

 

Technological Capability in the Nigerian Leather Industry: A Firm Level Case Study

By Uka Ezenwe, Enwere Dike, Anthony Ihuoma, Mike Duru. Working Papers Series No. 26

 

Domestic Energy Situation in Nigeria: Technological Implications and Policy Alternatives

By Olabisi I. Aina. Working Papers Series No. 25

 

Gender Differences in Small Scale Rice Farmers Access to Technological Inputs in Enugu State of Nigeria

By David Nwoye Ezeh. Working Papers Series No. 23

 

Technological Response to Telecommunications Development: A Study of Firms and Institutions in Nigeria

By Adeyinka F. Modue. Working Papers Series No. 22

 

Investigation into factors that Influence the Diffusion and Adoption of Intentions and Innovations from Research Institutes and Universities in Kenya

By Bwisa, H.M. and Gachui. Working Papers Series No. 19

 

Impact of Economic Liberalization on Technologies in Enterprises Processing Agricultural Produce

By P.Madaya. Working Papers Series No. 14

 

The Effects of Economic Reforms on the Quality of Technological Manpower Development in Nigeria

By T.Adeboye, M.S.D. Bafachwa, O.A. Bamiro. Working Papers Series No. 1

 

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