Steven M Cole
Steven M Cole
Senior Scientist, IITA
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The effect of food insecurity on mental health: panel evidence from rural Zambia
SM Cole, G Tembo
Social science & medicine 73 (7), 1071-1079, 2011
Gender-transformative approaches to address inequalities in food, nutrition and economic outcomes in aquatic agricultural systems
SM Cole, P Kantor, S Sarapura, S Rajaratnam
WorldFish, 2015
Promoting gender equity and equality through the small-scale fisheries guidelines: experiences from multiple case studies
D Kleiber, K Frangoudes, HT Snyder, A Choudhury, SM Cole, K Soejima, ...
The small-scale fisheries guidelines, 737-759, 2017
The role of fish in the first 1,000 days in Zambia
C Longley, SH Thilsted, M Beveridge, S Cole, DB Nyirenda, S Heck, ...
Institute of Development Studies, 2014
Exploring the intricate relationship between poverty, gender inequality and rural masculinity: A case study from an aquatic agricultural system in Zambia
SM Cole, R Puskur, S Rajaratnam, F Zulu
Men's Studies Press, 2015
Child growth as a measure of livelihood security: The case of the Gwembe Tonga
DL Crooks, L Cliggett, SM Cole
American Journal of Human Biology 19 (5), 669-675, 2007
Postharvest fish losses and unequal gender relations: drivers of the social-ecological trap in the Barotse Floodplain fishery, Zambia
SM Cole, C McDougall, AM Kaminski, AS Kefi, A Chilala, G Chisule
The Resilience Alliance, 2018
Piecework (Ganyu) as an indicator of household vulnerability in rural Zambia
SM Cole, PN Hoon
Ecology of food and nutrition 52 (5), 407-426, 2013
Collaborative effort to operationalize the gender transformative approach in the Barotse Floodplain
SM Cole, B van Koppen, R Puskur, N Estrada, F DeClerck, ...
Aquaculture in Zambia: An overview and evaluation of the sector’s responsiveness to the needs of the poor
S Genschick, AM Kaminski, AS Kefi, SM Cole
WorldFish and Department of Fisheries, Zambia, 2017
Gender inequalities in access to and benefits derived from the natural fishery in the Barotse Floodplain, Zambia, Southern Africa
S Rajaratnam, SM Cole, C Longley, F Kruijssen, S Sarapura
Asian Fisheries Society, 2016
The relationship between relative deprivation and adult nutritional status in rural Zambia
SM Cole
American Journal of Human Biology 24 (6), 800-805, 2012
A review of inclusive business models and their application in aquaculture development
AM Kaminski, F Kruijssen, SM Cole, MCM Beveridge, C Dawson, ...
Reviews in Aquaculture 12 (3), 1881-1902, 2020
Gender accommodative versus transformative approaches: a comparative assessment within a post-harvest fish loss reduction intervention
SM Cole, AM Kaminski, C McDougall, AS Kefi, PA Marinda, M Maliko, ...
Gender, Technology and Development 24 (1), 48-65, 2020
Implementing a gender transformative research approach: Early lessons
C McDougall, SM Cole, S Rajaratnam, J Brown, A Choudhury, ...
Research in development: Learning from the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic …, 2015
Selective breeding trait preferences for farmed tilapia among low-income women and men consumers in Egypt: Implications for pro-poor and gender-responsive fish breeding programmes
S Murphy, H Charo-Karisa, S Rajaratnam, SM Cole, C McDougall, ...
Aquaculture 525, 735042, 2020
Social and gender analysis report: barotse floodplain, western province, zambia
S Rajaratnam, SM Cole, KM Fox, B Dierksmeirer, R Puskur, F Zulu, ...
Virginia Bond, and Aimee James. 2015.“School Holidays: Examining Childhood, Gender Norms, and Kinship in Children’s Shorter-Term Residential Mobility in Zambia.”
J Hunleth, R Jacob, S Cole
Children’s Geographies 13 (5), 501-517, 0
Physical losses of fish along the value chain in Zambia: a case study of Barotse Floodplain
AS Kefi, SM Cole, AM Kaminski, A Ward, NL Mkandawire
International Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture 9 (10), 98-107, 2017
Toward more inclusive and sustainable development of Zambian aquaculture
S Genschick, A Kaminski, S Cole, N Tran, S Chimatiro, M Lundeba
WorldFish, 2017
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