Dr. Daniel Kyalo Willy, PhD

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Dr. Daniel Kyalo Willy, PhD

Programme Officer, TAAT Policy Enabler, AATF, Nairobi

Daniel Kyalo Willy is a Programme Officer at AATF. He is an accomplished Agricultural Economist with over 15 cumulative years of passionately working with small holder farmers, particularly in designing and implementing inter-disciplinary agricultural research projects, household and market surveys and quantitative/qualitative data analysis. His research has mainly focused on sustainable agricultural intensification and productivity, technology adoption and transfer, impact assessment of agricultural technologies, Institutional Economic aspects of agriculture, agri-environmental interactions and agricultural value chains assessment. Daniel holds a Bsc. Agricultural Economics (Egerton), MSc. Agricultural and Applied Economics (Egerton) and PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics (Bonn-Germany). Daniel’s accomplishment in scientific communication has been demonstrated through his publication record culminating into over thirty peer reviewed papers, conference papers, working papers, policy briefs and technical papers.

At AATF, Daniel is responsible for implementing activities within the TAAT Policy Programme which aims at facilitating the creation of an enabling environment for efficient deployment of high impact agricultural technologies in nine value chains across over 20 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. His work involves (but not limited to), policy analysis to identify policy, regulatory and institutional related bottlenecks on seed systems, agricultural input and output markets; engaging policy makers and other relevant stakeholders to facilitate the elimination of these bottlenecks.  Previously he has worked at Kenyatta University, University of Bonn and the Tegemeo Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development.

AGTS 2019

The 8th AGTS will  look to find solutions for the missing pieces of the grain trade puzzle and attempt to come up with an action plan to deliver more and better grain trade on the continent.

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