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ATAI AND MAFAP (FAO) DISCUSS
EVIDENCE-INFORMED AGRICULTURAL POLICIES
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CREDIT, RISK, AND AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION
IN WEST AFRICA
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EVIDENCE ADVANCING FOOD SECURITY
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SELLING LOW AND BUYING HIGH
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credit offers to increase
profits and smooth prices
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EVIDENCE TO ACTION
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ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY
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MAKE IT RAIN
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on weather index insurance
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EMERGING INSIGHTS
Explore our evidence synthesis and open questions

How can we improve small-scale farmers’ profits and welfare?

We scientifically evaluate what helps and what hinders farmers’ adoption of technologies and access to markets.

ATAI funds randomized evaluations. Our network of researchers and staff conduct randomized evaluations and share our findings to inform policy.

Highlights from ATAI

Event

December 7, 2017

ATAI hosts roundtable on learning agenda for agricultural development and transformation

Research Publication

August 1, 2017

Lemon Technologies and Adoption: Measurement, Theory, and Evidence from Agricultural Markets in Uganda

Quarterly Journal of Economics

Event

June 22, 2017

ATAI partners with TOPS on three-part webinar series

Webinar - Food Security and Nutrition Network

Policy Output

ATAI Program Overview (2017)

Program Overview Brief

Policy Output

Protecting Farmers from Weather-Based Risk

ATAI evidence synthesis discussion

Event

June 1, 2017

The Challenges and Opportunities of Transforming African Agriculture

Annual Bank Conference on Africa (ABCA): ATAI Co-Hosts at UC-Berkeley on June 1 - 2

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