This paper from the UK’s Institute of Development Studies analyses how the project N2Africa: Putting nitrogen fixation to work for smallholder farmers in Africa has contributed to development outcomes in Ghana and Ethiopia.
The paper finds that the N2Africa project contributed to advancements in the technology used in soybean production in northern Ghana. The project also helped to expand the production and supply of legume inoculants in Ethiopia.
Read the full report, Improving Knowledge, Inputs and Markets for Legume Expansion: A Contribution Analysis of N2Africa in Ghana and Ethiopia, here. See also the magazine The Story of N2Africa and the Foodsource building block What is sustainable intensification?