Enoch Kikulwe

Dr. Enoch Kikulwe is an agricultural and natural resources economist with more than 13 years of professional experience in economic analysis and evaluation of food system solutions that are at the nexus of agriculture, environment, and nutrition. His current work is focusing on adoption, consumer preferences, and impact assessment of various agricultural innovations and sustainable use of natural resources in smallholder farming systems of East and Southern Africa, including crop and livestock production systems. I have vast experience in evaluating the suitability of crop productivity enhancing technologies and policies in different agro-climatic environments as well as performing rigorous econometric (ex-ante and ex post) impact assessments of these technologies and policies on livelihoods, food, and nutritional security. I also have vast experience in postharvest, value chain, market, and consumer preferences studies, climate change adaptation and socioeconomics, biosafety, and policy of agricultural biotechnology. Enoch is a senior scientist at the Performance, Innovation and Strategic Analysis (PISA) for Impact Program which aims at fostering a highly integrated work practice related to foresight analysis, strategic performance evaluation, assessments of outcomes and impact and data management and open science. He holds a PhD in Environmental and Natural Resources Economics (2010), Wageningen University, The Netherlands, a M.Sc. in in Agricultural Economics (2000) and BSc. Agriculture with honors (1996), Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

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