Maria Jones is a survey specialist in the Development Research Group of the World Bank. She has an MA in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a BA in Economics from Amherst College.
Economic growth in Rwanda relies critically on agricultural growth, yet Rwanda’s agricultural sector faces critical constraints such as fragmentation, dependence on erratic rainfall, and challenging geography.
As the country’s agriculture is mostly rain-fed, production is exposed to climatic variation and unreliable rainfall. As such, irrigation presents a...
28 Aug 2018 | Florence Kondylis, Maria Jones, Jeremy Magruder
This research poses 3 primary questions:
1) What are the impacts of irrigation on smallholder welfare?
2) What are the impacts of commercialisation on farmer welfare?
3) What type of public/private management structure achieves the best maintenance and use outcomes?
21 Sep 2016 | Jeremy Magruder, Florence Kondylis, Maria Jones
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