- Mphmuzi Sukati
Mr Mphumuzi Sukati
Food and Agriculture Organisation
Senior Nutrition and Food Systems Officer
Expertise and interests
Agriculture, Food Security
Agric economics, Agricultural Development, Agricultural Economics, Agriculture Statistics, Food policy
Agricultural production, Agriculture, Livestock
Mphumuzi Angelbert Sukati is an Economist and a Veterinary Doctor. He is from Swaziland. He has the following qualification; BSc (Bio/Chem) from the University of Swaziland; BVSc from the University of Zimbabwe, MSc – Food Economics and Marketing – from the University of Reading (UK) and a PhD in Economics from the University of Nottingham (UK). He has worked extensively in areas of agricultural policy and rural development in Africa.
Coordinating and drafting the ‘Livestock Development Strategy 2018-2022 of Zimbabwe’ May 2016. African Union Commission.
Coordinating and drafting the ‘Livestock Development Strategy 2018-2022 of Lesotho’ May 2016. African Union Commission.
‘Analysis of maize price volatility and price pass-through in Swaziland: Implications for price stabilization policies’ Journal of Economics and International Business Management, Vol. 5, Issue 1, pages. 1-13: March 2017.
‘Revealed Comparative Advantage in Agricultural Commodities in COMESA.’ Key Issues in Regional Integration. Vol 4 - COMESA Publications, pp 23 –33; December 2016.
‘The South African Bio ethanol blend mandate and its implications on regional agricultural markets and welfare.’ African J. Economic and Sustainable Development, February 2016.
‘Regional and International Trade’: African Development Bank (AfDB) Papers for Agriculture Transformation in Africa: http://www.afdb.org/fileadmin/uploads/afdb/Documents/Events/DakAgri2015/... l_Trade_.pdf.
‘Cointegration Analysis of Oil Prices and Consumer Price Index in South Africa using STATA Software’: Swift Journal of Social Sciences and Humanity. Vol 1(2) pp. 013-023 September, 2015: http://www.swiftjournals.org/sjssh: Copyright © 2015 Swift Journals.
‘Is Regional Integration Failing Agriculture?’ - A COMESA Policy Brief: August 2015.
‘A snapshot of the COMESA Agricultural Sector’ - A COMESA Policy Paper: May 2015.
‘The Swaziland National Agricultural Investment Plan (SNAIP).’ A 10-year investment plan for the Ministry of Agriculture under the CAADP process.
‘Value Addition Chains for Vegetables, Honey and Goats in Swaziland.’ A report prepared for IFAD Swaziland as part of the Small-holder Market Led Project (SMLP). Jul 2014.
‘Assessing livestock’s contribution to household income and nutrition in the low veld areas of Swaziland.’ A concept note submitted to ILRI for funding. Mar 2014. ‘The Swaziland Agricultural Sector Public Expenditure Review.’ A Report for the Ministry of Agriculture and Development Partners on historical public expenditure in agriculture Sector. May 2014.
‘The Swaziland Agricultural Sector Stock Taking Report.’ A report for the Ministry of Agriculture on historical performance on the agricultural sector in the country under the CAADP themes of Natural Resource Management; Market Access and Value Addition; Food Supply and Reducing Hunger; and Agricultural Research and Extension. Dec 2013.
Contribution to the ‘Swaziland National Human Development Report.’ A report produced by UNDP for the Kingdom of Swaziland, 2012.
Contribution to the ‘Millennium Acceleration Framework for MDG 5.’ A report by UNDP on Acceleration of MDG 5 in Swaziland. Jun 2013.
‘Opportunities and constraints to youth entrepreneurship in Swaziland.’ A study and report produced by UNDP. Jan 2013.
‘Partial Equilibrium Analysis of the EC bio ethanol blend mandate policy: its potential implications for EU transport sector.’ Int. J. Sustainable Economy, Vol. 5, No. 3. 2013.
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