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The de-disasterisation of food crisis: Structural reproduction or change in policy development and response options? A case study from Ethiopia
Uffelen, G.J. van - \ 2013
In: Disaster, Conflict and Society in Crisis Everyday politics of crisis response / HIlhorst, D., London and New York : Routledge Humanitarian studies (Routledge humanitarian studies 1) - ISBN 9780415640817 - p. 58 - 75.
Food Security, Safety Nets and Social Protection in Ethiopia
Rahmato, D. ; Pankhurst, A.S.A. ; Uffelen, G.J. van - \ 2013
Ethiopia : Forum for Social Studies (Forum for social studies 1) - ISBN 9789994450473 - 624
voedselzekerheid - rurale sociologie - plattelandsbeleid - sociaal beleid - plattelandsontwikkeling - ethiopië - oost-afrika - minst ontwikkelde landen - food security - rural sociology - rural policy - social policy - rural development - ethiopia - east africa - least developed countries
Broken promises : food security interventions and rural livelihoods in Ethiopia
Siyoum, A.D. - \ 2012
University. Promotor(en): Thea Hilhorst, co-promotor(en): A. Pankhurst; Gerrit-Jan van Uffelen. - S.l. : s.n. - ISBN 9789461733665 - 160
voedsel - voedselzekerheid - plattelandsbevolking - plattelandsontwikkeling - middelen van bestaan - ethiopië - oost-afrika - minst ontwikkelde landen - afrika - food - food security - rural population - rural development - livelihoods - ethiopia - east africa - least developed countries - africa
Menselijke factor grootste struikelblok
Hilhorst, D.J.M. ; Uffelen, G.J. van - \ 2011
In: Experiment NL 4 : wetenschap in Nederland / Senten, M, NWO - ISBN 9789048811052 - p. 10 - 15.
Lessons from social protection programmes in situations of chronic poverty and food insecurity
Uffelen, G.J. van - \ 2010
Den Haag : Dutch Working Group on Social Protection, Rural Development and Food Security - 24
Soil sodicity as a result of periodical drought
Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der; Shah, S.H.H. ; Uffelen, C.G.R. van; Raats, P.A.C. ; Ferro, N. dal - \ 2010
Agricultural Water Management 97 (2010)1. - ISSN 0378-3774 - p. 41 - 49.
irrigation - water - alkali
Soil sodicity development is a process that depends nonlinearly on both salt concentration and composition of soil water. In particular in hot climates, soil water composition is subject to temporal variation due to dry–wet cycles. To investigate the effect of such cycles on soil salinity and sodicity, a simple root zone model is developed that accounts for annual salt accumulation and leaching periods. Cation exchange is simplified to considering only Ca/Na exchange, using the Gapon exchange equation. The resulting salt and Ca/Na-balances are solved for a series of dry/wet cycles with a standard numerical approach. Due to the nonlinearities in the Gapon equation, the fluctuations of soil salinity that may be induced, e.g. by fluctuating soil water content, affect sodicity development. Even for the case that salinity is in a periodic steady state, where salt concentrations do not increase on the long term, sodicity may still grow as a function of time from year to year. For the longer term, sodicity, as quantified by Exchangeable Sodium Percentage (ESP), approaches a maximum value that depends on drought and inflowing water quality, but not on soil cation exchange capacity. Analytical approaches for the salinity and sodicity developing under such fluctuating regimes appear to be in good agreement with numerical approximations and are very useful for checking numerical results and anticipating changes in practical situations
Plan's CCCD approach - Country study PLAN-Bangladesh
Uffelen, G.J. van - \ 2009
Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - 63
PLAN Netherlands National Organisation has in coordination with PLAN International Headquarters commissioned an independent formative evaluation study to get systematic insight in the preconditions for appropriate functionality of Child Centred Community Development (CCCD) and to strengthen common understanding on CCCD. To review the general findings of the study (presented in the synthesis report), which are based on an extensive literature review of the materials available within Plan and within other organisations on child centred development and consultations with CCCD champions at various organisational levels within Plan, country studies were carried out in Kenya and Bangladesh. This report presents the findings of the country study in Bangladesh and forms an integral part of the synthesis report. Perspectives on CCCD and CCCD practise were looked at from four interrelated levels: Plan Bangladesh’s Country Office (exploring overall strategic outlook); one urban and one rural Programme Unit (looking at application of CCCD strategies in their particular settings); Plan partners (level of understanding and role of both NGO and government partners in developing and implementing CCCD, and; beneficiaries (CCCD practise and focus on understanding and effect of CCCD. Findings are based on a review of Plan Bangladesh documents, groupwork, semi structured interviews and key informant interviews of Plan and partner staff at various organisational levels as well as field visits and discussions with CBOs and project beneficiaries. The findings are of a general nature and to some degree dependent on the sites visited and people met as a full depth analysis of CCCD would require more time of CCCD would require more time than the weeklong visit to Bangladesh allowed for.
Strategic evaluation study on child-centred community development - Synthesis report
Brouwer, J.H. ; Boer, F.A. de; Uffelen, G.J. van; Wigboldus, S.A. - \ 2009
Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - 75
This strategic formative evaluation was carried out by Wageningen International Capacity Development & Institutional Change (CD&IC) programme from May to September 2009. The evaluation aims to obtain insight into the understanding of CCCD within Plan, and to learn more about the factors that favour or obstruct the implementation of Child Centred Community Development (CCCD) in practice. Suggestions on improving CCCD as an approach to development are provided, as well as an analysis of capacity development needs for CCCD implementation. This evaluation report is a product of Phase I of the complete anticipated evaluation trajectory. Phase II will most likely include an international workshop around the findings of Phase I. The findings of Phase I will contribute to the track record for the MFS II application to the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs which Plan Netherlands is currently preparing. The study comprised a desk research stage, which reviewed relevant Plan documentation as well as consultations with key stakeholders within Plan worldwide. During this stage face to face interviews were conducted in Plan IH office in Woking, and at NLNO in Amsterdam. Other interviews with stakeholders in ROs and NOs were done using Skype. Furthermore two field studies were conducted in Kenya and Bangladesh. Given the fact that the topic of the study is broad, it is limited to analysis of the wider issues pertaining to CCCD rather than in-depth detailed analysis of these issues.
Improving Consumer-Driven Innovation in Fruit Supply Chain Networks
Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Trienekens, J.H. ; Verdouw, C.N. - \ 2008
In: Euroforum ISAfruit, Brussels, Belgium, October 28, 2008. - Brussels : ISHS - ISBN 9789066056510 - p. 43 - 54.
Innovative consumer driven fruit supply chains
Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Trienekens, J.H. ; Verdouw, C.N. - \ 2008
fruit - innovaties - bedrijfsvoering - ketenmanagement - innovations - management - supply chain management
The object of this research was to identify suitable organization and management structures that maximize supply chain performance and innovativeness
Assessment of Innovation and Performance in the Fruit Chain; The Innovation-Performance Matrix
Trienekens, J.H. ; Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Debaire, J. ; Omta, S.W.F. - \ 2008
British Food Journal 110 (2008)1. - ISSN 0007-070X - p. 98 - 128.
supply chain
Purpose - This paper aims to bridge the concepts of innovation and performance and to develop a framework to assess innovation and performance in food chains. Design/methodology/approach - Based on an extensive literature search the paper identifies critical success factors (CSFs) and related indicators for innovation in food chains, on the one hand, and performance in food chains, on the other. Main CSF categories for innovation are: product, process, market and organization. Main CSF categories for performance are: efficiency, responsiveness, quality and flexibility. A chain process model is developed that enables one to identify main chain processes that impact on innovation and performance. A trade-off matrix is constructed in which effects of innovations on performance and vice versa in typical chain processes can be identified. Findings - This article reviewed available supply-chain innovation and performance indicators and models and methods used to assess performance and innovation within fruit supply chains. Based on the existing literature a conceptual framework for assessing innovation and performance of companies in the European fruit supply chain has been developed. The framework consists of a supply chain process model and an innovation-performance matrix which have been successfully applied to several cases along the apple chain in The Netherlands. Practical implications - The chain process model and matrix are applied in an integrated way to the Dutch fruit chain. An apple grower case and a fruit cooperative case are worked out. Managers in food chains can use the framework to assess their company's innovations and performances. Originality/value - The paper aims to bridge the concepts of innovation and performance. Literature and research on this subject are minimal.
D 1.4.1. Review of Scientific Literature on Performance, Innovation and Management of Supply Chains
Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Immink, V.M. ; Trienekens, J.H. - \ 2007
Den Haag : LEI - 37
vruchten - projecten - marketing van voedingsmiddelen - markteconomie - ketenmanagement - systeeminnovatie - fruits - projects - food marketing - market economics - supply chain management - system innovation
The aim of the Work package 1.4 INNOCHAIN (WP1.4) of ISAfruit is to develop a conceptual framework of the mechanisms underlying supply chain management, in particular chain innovativeness, of the European supply chains in such a way that performance can be maximized. The results of WP1.4 will contribute to the innovativeness of European fruit supply chains by providing an overview of successful supply chain management practices and by formulating recommendations and critical success factors for chains in the European fruit industry and their individual members. As determined by the project annex of ISAfruit, this deliverable (D1.4.1) gives the results of a review of major scientific publications on consumer driven, innovative, and cost efficient fruit$supply chains and critical success factors for chain performance. This literature study, therefore, goes into supply chain management and critical success factors and indicators for performance and innovation
Transitions towards innovative and consumer driven and responsive supply chains
Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Debaire, J. ; Trienekens, J.H. ; Illioupoulos, K. - \ 2007
De CAO in de hovenierssector: een verkennend onderzoek naar de naleving door werkgevers en werknemers
Hammerstein, J. ; Hennen, W.H.G.J. ; Netjes, A. ; Reijnders, C.E. ; Uffelen, R.L.M. van - \ 2007
Den Haag : LEI (Vensterpublicatie LEI 4045200)
Ondernemerschap tussen maatschappij en markt : LNV programma 433, projecten 2004-2005
Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Schoorlemmer, H.B. ; Heeres-van der Tol, J.J. ; Haan, M.H.A. de - \ 2006
Den Haag : LEI Wageningen UR - 38
ondernemerschap - landbouwsector - boerensector - entrepreneurship - agricultural sector - farm sector
Greenhouse sector study South Korea
Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Stallen, M.P.K. - \ 2006
Den Haag : Landbouw-Economisch Instituut (Final report ) - 55 p.
Beschikbaarheid koolzaad voor biodiesel
Annevelink, E. - \ 2006
In: Ondernemerschap tussen maatschappij en markt : LNV programma 433 : projecten 2004-2005 / van Uffelen, R., Schoorlemmer, H., Heeres, J., de Haan, M., Den Haag : LEI - p. 29 - 29.
Return after flight : exploring the decision making process of Sudanese war-displaced people by employing an extended version of the theory of reasoned action
Uffelen, J.G. van - \ 2006
University. Promotor(en): Georg Frerks, co-promotor(en): K. McKemey. - [S.l.] : S.n. - ISBN 9085043832 - 415 p.
oorlog - vluchtelingen - migratie - bevolkingsverplaatsing - besluitvorming - verplaatsing - menselijk gedrag - risico - bedrijfsvoering - sudan - ethiopië - slachtoffers - humanitaire hulp - actieonderzoek - war - refugees - migration - resettlement - decision making - displacement - human behaviour - risk - management - ethiopia - victims - humanitarian aid - action research
Workshop "Industriële productie in de glastuinbouw"
Sommeling, A. ; Hafkamp, G. ; Verkerke, W. ; Uffelen, R.L.M. van - \ 2005
Delft, 15 februari 2005 : WUR Glastuinbouw (Rapport / WUR Glastuinbouw ) - 10 p.
Open Innovation : Symbiotic Network - Knowledge circulation and competencies for the benefit of innovation in the Horticulture delta
Maijers, W. ; Vokurka, L. ; Uffelen, R.L.M. van; Ravensbergen, P. - \ 2005
- 20 p.
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