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Byela Tibesigwa, PhD
Byela Tibesigwa, PhD
Research Director, Mellben research
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Assessing gender inequality in food security among small-holder farm households in urban and rural South Africa
B Tibesigwa, M Visser
World development 88, 33-49, 2016
1892016
A framework for selecting and designing policies to reduce marine plastic pollution in developing countries
F Alpizar, F Carlsson, G Lanza, B Carney, RC Daniels, M Jaime, T Ho, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 109, 25-35, 2020
1302020
Investigating the sensitivity of household food security to agriculture-related shocks and the implication of social and natural capital
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, M Collinson, W Twine
Sustainability Science 11, 193-214, 2016
652016
The impact of climate change on net revenue and food adequacy of subsistence farming households in South Africa
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, J Turpie
Environment and Development Economics 20 (3), 327-353, 2015
512015
Valuing recreational ecosystem services in developing cities: The case of urban parks in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
B Tibesigwa, H Ntuli, R Lokina
Cities 106, 102853, 2020
502020
Small-scale subsistence farming, food security, climate change and adaptation in South Africa: Male-female headed households and urban-rural nexus
B Tibesigwa, M Visser
Economic Research Southern Africa, Cape Town, 2015
502015
Gender differences in climate change risk, food security and adaptation: a study of rural households' reliance on agriculture and natural resources to sustain livelihoods.
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, L Hunter, M Collinson, W Twine
472015
Climate change and South Africa’s commercial farms: an assessment of impacts on specialised horticulture, crop, livestock and mixed farming systems
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, J Turpie
Environment, Development and Sustainability 19, 607-636, 2017
462017
Effects of objective and subjective income comparisons on subjective wellbeing
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, B Hodkinson
Social Indicators Research 128, 361-389, 2016
322016
Naturally available wild pollination services have economic value for nature dependent smallholder crop farms in Tanzania
B Tibesigwa, J Siikamäki, R Lokina, J Alvsilver
Scientific reports 9 (1), 3434, 2019
312019
Fisheries performance in Africa: An analysis based on data from 14 countries
F Asche, TM Garlock, W Akpalu, EC Amaechina, R Botta, NA Chukwuone, ...
Marine Policy 125, 104263, 2021
162021
Multiple and concurrent sex partnerships and social norms: Young adults’ sexual relationships in the Metropolitan Communities of Cape Town, South Africa
B Tibesigwa, M Visser
Sexuality Research and Social Policy 12, 301-316, 2015
112015
Long-rains crops, short-rains crops, permanent crops and fruit crops: The ‘hidden’multiple season-cropping system for adaptation to rain variability by smallholder farms
B Tibesigwa, H Ntuli, R Lokina, B Okumu, C Komba
Journal of Environmental Management 278, 111407, 2021
102021
Investigating the sensitivity of household food security to agriculture-related shocks and the implication of informal social capital and natural resource capital: The case of …
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, W Twine, M Collinson
South Africa, 2014
52014
Naturally available pollinator decline will decrease household food security and increase the gender gap in nutrition between men and women who head smallholder farm households …
B Tibesigwa
Environment for Development Discussion Paper-Resources for the Future (RFF), 2018
42018
Small-holder farming, food security and climate change in South Africa: male-female and urban-rural differences
B Tibesigwa, M Visser
Environment for Development Initiative., 2016
42016
Investigating the sensitivity of household food security to agriculture-related shocks and the implications of informal social capital and natural resource capital.
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, W Twine, M Collinson
32014
In search of urban recreational ecosystem services in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
B Tibesigwa, R Lokina, F Kasalirwe, R Jacob, J Tibanywana, G Makuka
Environment for Development Discussion Paper-Resources for the Future (RFF), 2018
22018
Naturally available pollinator decline will decrease household food and increase gender-gap in nutrition between men and women who head smallholder farm households in sub …
B Tibesigwa
Dar es Salaam, 2018
12018
Contribution of smallholder agriculture to daily calories, macronutrients, minerals and vitamins in male-and female-headed farm households in sub-Saharan Africa
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, R Lokina, RZ Jacob
Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa, 297-339, 2018
12018
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