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Priscilla Wainaina
Priscilla Wainaina
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Tradeoffs and complementarities in the adoption of improved seeds, fertilizer, and natural resource management technologies in Kenya
P Wainaina, S Tongruksawattana, M Qaim
Agricultural Economics 47 (3), 351-362, 2016
1872016
Impact of contract farming on smallholder poultry farmers’ income in Kenya
PW Wainaina, JJ Okello, J Nzuma
University of Nairobi, 2012
1342012
Blessing or evil? Contract farming, smallholder poultry production and household welfare in Kenya
PW Wainaina, JJ Okello, JM Nzuma
Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 53 (4), 319-340, 2014
552014
Synergies between different types of agricultural technologies in the Kenyan small farm sector
P Wainaina, S Tongruksawattana, M Qaim
The Journal of development studies 54 (11), 1974-1990, 2018
482018
Transforming climate science into usable services: The effectiveness of co-production in promoting uptake of climate information by smallholder farmers in Senegal
B Chiputwa, P Wainaina, T Nakelse, P Makui, RB Zougmoré, O Ndiaye, ...
Climate services 20, 100203, 2020
432020
A case of mistaken identity? Measuring rates of improved seed adoption in Tanzania using DNA fingerprinting
A Wineman, T Njagi, CL Anderson, TW Reynolds, DY Alia, P Wainaina, ...
Journal of Agricultural Economics 71 (3), 719-741, 2020
352020
Cost-benefit analysis of landscape restoration: A stocktake
P Wainaina, PA Minang, E Gituku, L Duguma
Land 9 (11), 465, 2020
302020
Climate shock adaptation for Kenyan maize-legume farmers: Choice, complementarities and substitutions between strategies
S Tongruksawattana, P Wainaina
Climate and Development 11 (8), 710-722, 2019
262019
Incentives for landscape restoration: Lessons from Shinyanga, Tanzania
P Wainaina, PA Minang, J Nzyoka, L Duguma, E Temu, L Manda
Journal of Environmental Management 280, 111831, 2021
232021
A quantitative appraisal of selected agroforestry studies in the Sub-Saharan Africa
K Muthee, L Duguma, C Majale, M Mucheru-Muna, P Wainaina, P Minang
Heliyon 8 (9), 2022
162022
A review of global policy mechanisms designed for tropical forests conservation and climate risks management
K Muthee, L Duguma, P Wainaina, P Minang, J Nzyoka
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 748170, 2022
152022
Accounting for the invisible value of trees on farms through valuation of ecosystem services
B Chiputwa, HJ Ihli, P Wainaina, A Gassner
The Role of Ecosystem Services in Sustainable Food Systems, 229-261, 2020
122020
Landscape governance and sustainable land restoration: Evidence from Shinyanga, Tanzania
J Nzyoka, PA Minang, P Wainaina, L Duguma, L Manda, E Temu
Sustainability 13 (14), 7730, 2021
112021
A review of the trade-offs across different cocoa production systems in Ghana
P Wainaina, PA Minang, L Duguma, K Muthee
Sustainability 13 (19), 10945, 2021
102021
Application of the TEEB for Agriculture and Food (TEEBAgriFood) Framework; Case of cocoa and coffee agroforestry value chains in Ghana and Ethiopia
P Wainaina, P Minang, L Duguma
TEEB, UN Environment, 2020
6*2020
An Exploratory Study of Cost-Benefit Analysis of Landscape Restoration
P Wainaina, E Gituku, P Minang
Working paper, World Agroforestry, Nairobi, Kenya., 2020
52020
The forgotten half? Women in the forest management and development discourse in Africa: A review
LA Duguma, J Nzyoka, E Obwocha, P Minang, P Wainaina, K Muthee
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 5, 948618, 2022
42022
Negative environmental externalities within cocoa, coffee and oil palm value chains in Africa
P Wainaina, PA Minang, J Nzyoka
Tree commodities and resilient green economies in Africa., 2021
42021
Evaluating the Impact of the Multidisciplinary Working Group Model on Farmers’ Use of Climate Information Services in Senegal.(May)
B Chiputwa, P Wainaina, P Makui, T Nakelse, R Zougmoré, O Ndiaye
42019
Relational values within landscape restoration: a review
P Wainaina, PA Minang, K Muthee
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 64, 101335, 2023
32023
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