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Emily Amondo

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Members profile

Name

Ms Emily Injete Amondo

Organisation name

Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn

Job title

Junior researcher

Scientific Title

None

Website address

none

Nationality

Africa, Kenya

Country of current residence

Africa, Uganda

Expertise and interests

Sectoral expertise

Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services (AEAS), Agriculture, climate change adaptation and vulnerability assessments, Food Security, Gender, health economics, Rural development & gender

Disciplinary Expertise

Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics, Agricultural Development, climate change, Climate Smart Agriculture, Environmental sciences, food and nutrition, Health Economics

Area of interest

Agricultural production, Agriculture, Rural development, Food security, Food, Gender dynamics, Governance and policy, Resilience, Maternal and child health, Health, Climate change, Sustainability, Water and sanitation

Personal

Members introduction

My name is Emily Injete Amondo. I am currently a PhD student in development economics at the Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn. My research work is on  climate variability, agriculture, nutrition and health, and welfare.

Academic publications

Recent publications

Amondo, E., Simtowe, F., Rahut, Dand Ereinstein, O(2019). Productivity and Production Risk Effects of Adopting Drought Tolerant Maize Varieties in Zambia. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management.11 (4), pp. 570-591

Simtowe, F., Amondo, E., Marenya, P., Rahut, D., Sonder, K and Erenstein, O (2019). Impacts of Drought-Tolerant Maize Varieties on Productivity, Risk, and Resource Use: Evidence from Uganda. Land Use Policy. 88(2019), 104091

Simtowe, F., Marenya, P., Amondo, E., Worku, M., Rahut, D and Erenstein, O (2019). Heterogeneous Seed Access and Information Exposure: Implications for the Adoption of Drought-Tolerant Maize Varieties in Uganda. Agricultural and Food Economics, 7, (1), 1-23

Amondo, EI (2019). Gender, Technical Efficiency and Adoption of Drought-Tolerant Maize Varieties in Zambia.Conference proceedings of the Sixth International Conference, September 23-26, 2019, Abuja, Nigeria 295733, African Association ofAgricultural Economists (AAAE)

Amondo, E., Kironchi, G and Wangia, S (2013): Willingness to Pay for Improved Water Supply Due to spring Protection in Emuhaya District, Kenya: International Journal of Education and Research: 1(7), 193-206

History

Member for
3 months 6 days