Joseph P Hella
Joseph P Hella
Professor, Sokoine University of Agriculture
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Social and economic factors affecting the adoption of soil and water conservation in West Usambara highlands, Tanzania
AJ Tenge, J De Graaff, JP Hella
Land Degradation & Development 15 (2), 99-114, 2004
Key economic sectors and services
DJ Arent, RSJ Tol, E Faust, JP Hella, S Kumar, KM Strzepek, FL Tˇth, ...
Climate change 2014 impacts, adaptation and vulnerability: part a: globalá…, 2015
Financial efficiency of major soil and water conservation measures in West Usambara highlands, Tanzania
AJ Tenge, JP Hella
Applied Geography 25 (4), 348-366, 2005
Behavioral responses and the impact of new agricultural technologies: Evidence from a double‐blind field experiment in Tanzania
E Bulte, G Beekman, S Di Falco, J Hella, P Lei
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96 (3), 813-830, 2014
Ratification of the Ramsar convention and sustainable wetlands management: Situation analysis of the Kilombero Valley wetlands in Tanzania
F Mombo, S Speelman, GV Huylenbroeck, J Hella, M Pantaleo
Academic Journals, 2011
The art of balancing food security: securing availability and affordability of food in Tanzania
R Haug, J Hella
Food security 5 (3), 415-426, 2013
The Role of Informal and Semi-formal finance in Poverty Alleviation in Tanzania: Results of a field study in two regions
AK Kashuliza, JP Hella, FT Magayane, ZSK Mvena
REPOA, 1998
Small scale farmers’ adaptation to climate change effects in Pangani River Basin and Pemba: challenges and opportunities
GJ Sanga, AB Moshi, JP Hella
Modern Scientific Press, 2013
Agro-investment in Africa: impact on land and livelihoods in Mozambique and Tanzania
R Kaarhus, R Haug, JP Hella, JR Makindara
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, ┼s, 2010
On-farm verification of maize/cowpea intercropping on the control of Striga under subsistence farming
AM Mbwaga, CR Massawe, AM Kaswende, JP Hella
Seventh Eastern Africa regional maize conference, 165-167, 2001
High global food prices–crisis or opportunity for smallholder farmers in Tanzania?
JP Hella, R Haug, IM Kamile
Development in practice 21 (4-5), 652-665, 2011
Assessment of operational aspects of the input supply chain under national agriculture input voucher scheme (NAIVS) in Tanzania
GM Aloyce, DM Gabagambi, JP Hella
Academic Journals, 2014
National agricultural input voucher scheme impact on productivity and food security of smallholder farmers in Tanzania
GM Aloyce, DM Gabagambi, JP Hella
Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 2014
Consumer preferences and market potential for sorghum based clear beer in Tanzania
J Makindara, J Hella, J Erbaugh, D Larson
Academic Journals, 2013
Development and promotion of Alectra resistant cowpea cultivars for smallholder farmers in Malawi and Tanzania
A Mbwaga, J Hella, J Mligo, V Kabambe, J Bokos
McKnight Foundation Collaborative Crops Research Project 6741, 2010
If technology is the answer, what does it take?
R Haug, JP Hella, S Nchimbi-Msolla, DL Mwaseba, G Synnevag
Development in Practice 26 (3), 375-386, 2016
Economic Analysis of the Relationship Between Smallholder Farming Strategies and Soil Degradation in Semi-arid Central Tanzania: Economische Analyse Van de Relatie Tussená…
JP Hella
Agricultural production risks, coping mechanisms and potential for crop insurance in Tanzania
AM Akyoo, AE Temu, JP Hella
2013 Time Journals, 2013
Small farmers' adaptive efforts to rainfall variability and soil erosion problem in semiarid Tanzania
JP Hella, G Van Huylenbroeck, ME Mlambiti
Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 22 (1), 19-38, 2003
How characteristics of wetlands resource users and associated institutions influence the sustainable management of wetlands in Tanzania
F Mombo, S Speelman, J Hella, G Van Huylenbroeck
Land use policy 35, 8-15, 2013
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