ICED hosted the Evidence to Action Conference in Nairobi from May 24th-25th,2017




Participants at the Systematic Review training at ISSER, University of Ghana




EVIDENCE TO ACTION CONFERENCE, NAIROBI KENYA 26 - 27TH JULY 2018




Participants of ICED Systematic Review, Morogoro, Tanzania




USADF Convening 2018 5-7th March, Accra Ghana

Prof. Damian Gabagambi

Associate Senior Evaluation Fellow

Prof. Damian M. Gabagambi holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart, Germany. He currently serves as Associate professor and Acting Dean of School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies at Sokoine University of Agriculture in Tanzania. He has worked as Senior Researcher at a think-tank institution, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) in Dar es Salaam, and as Assistant Estate Manager of Brook Bond (T) Limited, a subsidiary company of Unilever Group.

He also serves as a board member of a number of organizations including the Agricultural Non-state Actors Forum (ANSAF); Collaborative Master of Agricultural and Applied Economics (CMAAE), a program under African Economic Research Consortium (EARC), and the Regional Network of Policy Research Institutes (ReNAPRI). As well as a member of a range of professional organizations.

He was appointed by the President’s office to be member of a group of agricultural expert who prepared the Global 2013 Smart Partnership Dialogue 2013 in Dar es Salaam with a theme “Leveraging Technology for Africa’s Socio Economic Transformation: The Smart Partnership Way”.  Appointed in 2013 to be a member of Agricultural Lab during preparation of the Big Results Now (BRN) programme implemented in Tanzania to accelerate realization of the nation’s aspirations to become a middle income country by 2025.

His recent publications include: a chapter entitled Small or Large Farm: Which Way for Tanzania? published in a book “How can Tanzania Move from Poverty to Prosperity? (pp 248-276); Assessment of operational aspects of the input supply chain under national agriculture input voucher scheme (NAIVS) in Tanzania (Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics. Vol. 6(1), January, 2014 pp. 94-105); amongst many others.