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Food Security

  • Jowah, E. (2010): Food Security in the Aftermath of the FTLRP in Zimbabwe. MSc Dissertation, Rhodes University.
  • Moyo, S. (2009): Food Consumption, Production and Trade in Southern Africa. A Policy Brief prepared for OSISA.
  • Moyo, S. (2009): Transforming African Agriculture through Small Scale Farming. Policy Brief.
  • Moyo, S. (2009): Land Reform, African Development, Small Scale Farming and Poverty Eradication: Lessons from Africa. Policy Brief.
  • Moyo, S.; Chambati, W.; Murisa, T.; Sucá, A. (2009): Assessing the Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA). Action Aid.
  • Moyo, S. (2008): Land and Agrarian Reform, Food Insecurity and Sovereignty. Paper prepared and presented at a Sub-Regional Dialogue on Food Sovereignty; held in Windhoek, Namibia, 25-28 May 2008.
  • Moyo, S. (2008): Land Reform and The Bio-Fuel Issue. Paper presented at a Bio-Fuels Workshop in Tanzania on 7-9 January 2008.
  • Moyo, S. (2008): Rethinking Food and Agricultural Policy in Zimbabwe. Paper presented at a FOSNET Food Policy meeting held in Harare, Zimbabwe 9 May 2008.
  • Moyo, S. (2008): Who will feed the poor? The Future of Food Security for Southern Africa. A Policy Brief prepared for the SAT.
  • Murisa, T.; Moyo, S.; Mujeyi, K. (2008): Agro-Fuels and Smallholder Agriculture in Southern Africa: Implications for Smallholder Agriculture. Paper prepared and presented at South-South People’s Dialogue in Capetown, South Africa.
  • Kaulem , J. (2007): Land Reforms, Food Security, Sustainable Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction in Zimbabwe. Harare: SMAIAS.
  • Murisa, T. (2006): The role of smallholder agriculture in food security in Zimbabwe. Paper prepared and presented at the Christian Care Annual Meeting.
  • SMAIAS (2005): Land Tenure Systems and their Impacts on Food Security and Sustainable Development in Africa Economic Commission for Africa. ECA/SDD/05/09.
  • Jowah, E.V. (2005): Food Security in the Context of the Fast Track Land Reform. Harare: SMAIAS.
  • Manzungu, E., (2004): Water for Food, Poverty Alleviation and Rural Development in Zimbabwe: Possibilities for European Union Assistance. In: Review of the Agricultural Sector Following the Implementation of Land Reform, Harare: SMAIAS Monograph No. 7/2004.
  • Food Situation. Interview with The Financial Gazette, 2004.


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