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Vital Signs 3rd Community of Practice Meeting held in Nairobi

Vital Signs 3rd Community of Practice Meeting held in Nairobi

  • September 20, 2017
  • Posted by: Tabby Njunge

Vital Signs held its third Community of Practice meeting in Nairobi from September 12th to 14th. The meeting brought together Vital signs partners from Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, and Tanzania to learn and share best practices and lessons from the Vital Signs Monitoring work at the national level.


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Vital Signs and Partners Produce High Resolution Soil Nutrient Maps for Uganda,Tanzania,Rwanda and Ghana

Vital Signs and Partners Produce High Resolution Soil Nutrient Maps for Uganda,Tanzania,Rwanda and Ghana

  • August 7, 2017
  • Posted by: Tabby Njunge

Vital signs, (working with International Soil Reference and Information Center (ISRIC) has produced “high-resolution soil nutrient maps”  for Uganda, Tanzania and Ghana.


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Are the effects of extension services on crop productivity moderated by farmer's education attainment? Results from 25 Landscapes in Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and Ghana

Are the effects of extension services on crop productivity moderated by farmer's education attainment? Results from 25 Landscapes in Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and Ghana

  • July 31, 2017
  • Posted by: Tabby Njunge

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Vital Signs and the Gaborone Declaration for Sustainability Co-Hosts a Workshop on SDGs in Nairobi

Vital Signs and the Gaborone Declaration for Sustainability Co-Hosts a Workshop on SDGs in Nairobi

  • July 27, 2017
  • Posted by: Tabby Njunge

In July 2017, Vital Signs together with the Gaborone Declaration for Sustainability(GDSA) and Conservation International held a workshop on how nature contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


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Vital Signs Selected to Participate in the beyond.uptake Data for Good Fellowship Program

Vital Signs Selected to Participate in the beyond.uptake Data for Good Fellowship Program

  • July 21, 2017
  • Posted by: Tabby Njunge

Vital Signs is pleased to announce that we will be participating in the second beyond.uptake fellowship program. Vital Signs was selected from a diverse pool of applicants and organizations spanning several countries and will be represented by Dr. Peter Alele, the Vital Signs Africa Field Director.


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CI/Vital Signs Programme Joins the GEF, IFAD and Other Partners to Launch the Food Security Integrated Approach Pilot (IAP)

CI/Vital Signs Programme Joins the GEF, IFAD and Other Partners to Launch the Food Security Integrated Approach Pilot (IAP)

  • July 7, 2017
  • Posted by: Tabby Njunge

On July 5,2017 Conservation International  joined the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and additional partners to launch the Food Security Integrated Approach Pilot (IAP).


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Do Female-Headed Households Have Less Access to Agricultural Capital and Services? Results from Vital Signs Data from 25 African Landscapes

Do Female-Headed Households Have Less Access to Agricultural Capital and Services? Results from Vital Signs Data from 25 African Landscapes

  • June 26, 2017
  • Posted by: Matt Cooper

Do Female-Headed Households have less access to agricultural capital and services? Results from Vital Signs Data from 26 African landscapes

By Matthew Cooper, Felly Tusiime, Madeleine Nyiratuza, Kame Westerman, Tabby Njung’e, Alice Ruhweza, Peter Alele and Alex Zvoleff


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