Wellington Jogo, a Zimbabwean national, joined Bioversity's office in Kampala-Uganda in 2010 and has been working on projects on management of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt in the east and central Africa region. In these projects he has been the leading the socio-economic work on adoption and ex-post impact assessments and he also contributes to research on banana value chains analysis.
Prior to joining Bioversity, Wellington worked for the Institute for Democracy in South Africa doing research on public finance and agricultural budget analysis.
PhD Environmental Economics, University of Pretoria, South Africa
MSc Agricultural Economics, University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
BSc Agricultural Economics, University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
Jogo, W., Karamura, E.K., Kubiriba, J., Tinzaara, W., Rietveld, A., Onyango, M., Odongo, M .2011. Farmers’ awareness and application of banana Xanthomonas wilt control options: The case of Uganda and Kenya. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, 3(11): 561-571
Jogo, W., Karamura, E., Tinzaara, W., Kubiriba, J., Rietveld, A. 2013. Determinants of farm-level adoption of cultural practices for Banana Xanthomonas wilt control in Uganda. Journal of Agricultural Science, 5 (7)