Category Archives: PhD experiences

Striving for value addition on commercial potato in Rwanda: the experience of a woman cooperative leader in Northern Province

Written by Christine Bigler and Chantal Ingabire. The Northern Province of Rwanda is an agriculture high potential region.  The transformation from a subsistence to market oriented agriculture production is in full swing.  One driver of this transformation is agriculture cooperatives. … Continue reading

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Journey to the “Care-some” Cardamom Land: Identifying Roles

Written by Sony KC. My luck has always favored my intrinsic liking for unraveling the paths never trodden. From the beginning to Mid-March I conquered the picturesque Ilam district of Eastern Nepal. This time I travelled for my Phd research … Continue reading

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Field work in Laos

Written by Maliphone Douangphachanh. The primary data survey of the project we did web search, field visit, and interview. In the Vientiane Capital, we went to Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and Ministry of Industry and Commerce. Actually we planted … Continue reading

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