ATPS

Logo-white background

RESEARCH PAPERS

The Research Paper Series (RPS) are papers produced from the small research grants process or from the regional projects. These papers are subjected to three external reviewers and a positive review from two of them is required before a paper can be published under this series.

ATPS’s publications are mostly available as free PDF files. You will need to download and install the latest version of Adobe® Reader® to view these files.

By Geoffrey Boulton, Cheikh Loucoubar, Joseph Mwelwa, Muliaro Wafula, Nicholas Ozor and Maurice Bolo
Open Science in Research and Innovation for Development in Africa

By Julius Mugwagwa, Geoffrey Banda, Nicholas Ozor, Maurice Bolo and Ruth Oriama (2019)
Open Science in Research and Innovation for Development in Africa (French Version) (English Version)
https://atpsnet.org/new/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/rps30_French.pdf (French Version)

By Banji Oyeleran-Oyenyinka, Bertha Vallejo, Shruti Vasudev
Towards Effective Public-Private Partnerships in Research and Innovation

By Kevin Urama, Nicholas Ozor and Edith Kirumba
A Review of the Kenyan Policy Environment for Off-grid Solar PY

By Sissay B. Mekbib, Adesola O. Olaleye, Motlatsi N. Mokhothu, Masia Johane, Spirit B. Tilai and Taddese Wondimu
Assessment of the impacts and Adaptive Capacity of the Machobane Farming System to Climate Change in Lesotho

By Dr. Blessing Kaletapwa Farauta, Chukwudumebi Leticia Egbule, Dr. Yusuf Lawan Idrisa and Dr. Victoria, Chinwe Agu.
Farmers’ Perceptions of Climate Change and Adaptation Strategies in Northern Nigeria: An Empirical Assessment

By Ekwe Agwu Agwu, Chukwudumebi Leticia Egbule, Festus Onesimus Amadu, Teddy Amara Morlai, Emmanuel Topor Wollor and Leroy W. Cegbe.
Agricultural Innovations for Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Liberia: Empirical Evidence

By Gordon Akon-Yamga, Paul Boadu, Beatrice Darko Obiri, Joyce Amoako and Fatou Janha Mboob.
 Agricultural Innovations for Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security in Africa: The Cases of Ghana and The Gambia

By K. Adebayo, T. O. Dauda, L. S. Rikko, F. O. A. George, O. S. Fashola, J. J. Atungwu, S. O. Iposu, A. O. Shobowale and O. B. Osuntade.
 Emerging and Indigenous Technology for Climate Change Adaptation in Southwest Nigeria

By Teddy Amara Morlai, Chris Bobo Squire, Kelleh Gbawuru Mansaray and Gibril Vandy.
Enhancing Agricultural Yields by Small-holder Farmers through Integrated Climate Change Adaptation in Sierra Leone

By Thaddeus Chidi Nzeadibe, Chukwudumebi L. Egbule, Nnaemeka A. Chukwuone and Victoria Chinwe Agu.
 Farmers’ Perception of Climate Change Governance and Adaptation Constraints in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

By Anselm A. Enete,Ignatius I. Madu, Josephat C. Mojekwu, Anthony N. Onyekuru, Elizabeth A. Onwubuya and Fidelis Eze
Indigenous Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change: Study of Southeast Nigeria

situs judi slot terbaik dan terpercaya no 1
slot online
slot bonus
https://playbookinterviewnancypelosi.splashthat.com/
https://vialuxsetouchi.splashthat.com/
https://medicacampestre.com/wp-content/slot-gacor/
https://atpsnet.org/ice-climatechange/situs-slot-gacor-gampang-menang-2022/
Skip to content