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Tamahi Kato (Yamauchi)Research Fellow


My major is African area studies and development. I have been working for many years as a development practitioner and a researcher. I am particularly interested in agricultural and rural development in sub-Saharan Africa, surrounding stakeholders analysis, socio-economic gaps between wealthy and poor farmers, and poverty reduction. I am also interested in the food security and nutrition, gender issues. And I would like to conduct policy analysis of those issues.

Major / Research topics / Keywords

kato1 African area studies and Development, Agricultural and rural development in sub-Saharan Africa, Stakeholders analysis, Socio-economic gap, Poverty reduction, Food security, Nutrition, Gender, Policy analysis

Associations

Japan Association for African Studies
Japan Society for International Development
Royal African Society, American Sociological Association
The Japan Evaluation Society
The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics
Human Development and Capability Association

Articles
  1. Tamahi Kato (2016) “Agricultural input subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa – the case of Tanzania”, PhD. Thesis, University of Sussex
  2. Tamahi Kato and Martin Greeley (2016) ‘Agricultural input subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa’, IDS Bulletin, Vol. 43: “Development studies – Past, Present and Future” pp. 33-48, IDS, Brighton
  3. Tamahi Yamauchi,‘PRS assessment on chronic poverty in Tanzania – focusing on health and HIV/AIDS sectors’, “Background paper for 2nd Chronic poverty report“, Chronic Poverty Research Centre, April, 2008
  4. Tamahi Yamauchi (1998) “Women’s empowerment in Bangladesh – comparative study of micro-credit programmes and garment work”, Mphil. Thesis, University of Sussex
  5. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Selim Jahan, Hakan Bjorkman, Sarah Burd-Shaprs, Haishan Fu, Laura Mourino-Casas, Andreas Pfeil, Kate Raworth, Pablo Rodas, Ozer Babakol, Marixie Mercado, Irina Nemirovsky, Guy Ranaivomanana, Nadia Rasheed, and Tamahi Yamauchi, “Human development report 1999”, UNDP, New York
Blogs and others
  1. Tamahi Kato and Emilie Wilson (2017) “Trump, Xi and a Post-Western World”, University of Sussex, Brighton, March
  2. Tamahi Kato,“Do agricultural input subsidies work?”, Daily Development online and book project, UNAIDS, May, 2015
Conference presentations and seminars
  1. Tamahi Kato, ‘Did agricultural input subsidy increase the diversity of food consumption? ― the case of Tanzania’, 18th Spring Conference, Kwansei Gakuin University, June 3, 2017
  2. Tamahi Kato, ‘Were female-headed households prioritised in receiving agricultural input vouchers? ― the case of Tanzania’, 54th Japan Association for African Studies, Shinshuu University, May 20, 2017
  3. Tamahi Kato, ‘Agricultural input subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa – the case of Tanzania’, “Agricultural development economics course seminar”, Tokyo University of Agriculture, May 9th 2017
  4. Tamahi Kato, ‘Agricultural input subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa – the case of Tanzania’, Seminar of Theoretical Economics and Agriculture, Chiba University, Mar. 27th 2017
  5. Tamahi Kato, ‘Agricultural input subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa – the case of Tanzania’, ABE-Initiative Seminar, Department of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Feb. 28th 2017
  6. Tamahi Kato, ‘Agricultural input subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa – the case of Tanzania’, 27th Annual Conference of Japan Society for International Development, Hiroshima University, Nov. 26, 2016
  7. Tamahi Kato, ‘Agricultural input subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa – the case of Tanzania’, African Studies Association of the UK 2016 Conference, Cambridge University, Cambridge, September, 2016
  8. Tamahi Kato, ‘Impact of Agricultural input subsidy on poverty and farmers’ livelihoods in Tanzania’, Mini-colloquium, Rural Future Cluster, IDS, University of Sussex, Brighton, February, 2015
  9. Tamahi Kato, ‘Research outline and Preliminary findings: Impact of agricultural input subsidy on poverty in Tanzania’, REPOA 18th Annual Research Workshop, REPOA, Dar es Salaam, April, 2013
Contact

    tamahiyama [at] yahoo.co.jp (Please replace [at] to @)

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