Papers published in referred journals and conference proceedings

1. Kabirizi, J. 1991. Pasture seed production in Uganda. International Herbage Seed Production Research Group Newsletter. Vol Number 13. pp. 17-18. December 1990.

2. Kabirizi, J.M and Mwebaze S. 1993. Pasture Extension services in Uganda. In: Pasture and Feeding Systems for sustainable Livestock Production and Environment. Proc. of the 2nd Uganda Pasture Network Workshop held at Makerere University 14-16 December 1992. 117-119 pp.

3. Kabirizi, J. 1994. The role of the legumes in pastures. Proceedings of the Range Development Orientation technical Workshop, Mukono D.F.I. 8th -14th May 1994.

4. Kabirizi, J. M. 1996. Nutrition and feeding of dairy cattle, calf, heifer, lactating cows and beef production. Proceedings of the “Forage Development Training Workshop held at Mukono D.F.I. 14th-18th April, 1996".

5. Kabirizi, J.M.. 1996. Productivity of Lablab purpureus [L. Sweet] cv Rongai and its feeding value as a supplement for lactating dairy cows. MSc. Thesis, 1996.

6. Kabirizi, J.M. and A. Drania (1997). The contribution of the Heifer Project for Women Farmers in Mpigi District (HPWF) to dairy development in Uganda. In: Cattle Research Network Newsletter. International Livestock Research Institute. Vol. 21.

7. Kabirizi, J.. 1997. Dry season feeding strategies for dairy farmers in Uganda. Proceedings of the 2nd Uganda National farmers' Workshop held at UNFA headquarters, Kampala on 17th-19th, March 1997.

8. Kabirizi, J. M.; Productivity of Lablab purpureus [L.Sweet] cv Rongai (Lablab) and its feeding value as a supplement for lactating dairy cows. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference "Veterinary medicine, the Key to Animal Health". Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. 16-18th April 1997.

9. Kabirizi, J. M.; 1997. Lablab purpureus cv Rongai a Multi-purpose fodder forage legume.1997. In: NARO Bulletin. Vol. 3 No. 6

10. Kabirizi, J. M. 1998. Elephant grass, lablab hay and a concentrate as dry season feed resources for lactating dairy cows. Proceedings of “The Century of Agricultural Research and development” held at the Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel, Entebbe, Uganda , 6th – 8th 1998.

11. Kabirizi, J.M.; Mubiru S. and Drania A. (1998). Women and dairy farming: The contribution of Mpigi Heifer Project for women farmers in Uganda. Proc. of the 15th International FARMESA symposium on “Rural Livestock, Employment and Environment: Going beyond the farm boundary, held in Pretoria, South Africa, 29th Nov. – 4th Dec. 1998.

12. Ebong, C.; Mpairwe, D.; Kabirizi, J. and Nakiganda, A. 1999. Constraints and prospects of crop/livestock integration in the highlands of South-Western Uganda. Proceedings of the Joint FAO/ILRI Sub-regional workshop on Livestock Development in Areas of High land and Human Population Pressure in the East African Highlands at ILRI-Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, 6 -8 April 1999.

13. Kabirizi J. M.; Sewanyana E, and Rubaire-Akiiki C. 1999. Livestock and Environment: A case study of the Highland areas of Kabale District, Uganda. Proceedings of the Livestock and Environment (29th November to 11th December 1999). International Agricultural Centre and Wageningen University, The Netherlands

14. Kabirizi, J.M. and Ebong, C. 2000. Lablab hay as a dry season protein supplement for lactating dairy cows. Proceedings of The International Follow-up workshop on Ecofarming in Africa held at Bamenda, Cameroon, 30th October to 10th November 2000.

15. Kabirizi, J.M.; Nanyenya, W.; Ebong, C.; Kayiwa, S. and Mugerwa, J. 2000. Feed resources improvement on smallholder dairy farms in Kasenge parish, Mukono district. Proceedings of a Follow-up workshop on Ecofarming in Africa held at Bamenda, Cameroon, 30th October to 10th November 2000.

16. Mubiru, S.; Ebong, C.; Rubaire-Akiiki, C.; Kabirizi, J.M.; Bareeba, F.; Odur, A. and Ndyanabo, W. 2000. Strategic Utilisation of Feed Resources for Improved Productivity on Smallholder Dairy Farms in Uganda. In: Proc. of the Annual Livestock Systems Research Programme Scientific Workshop held at Hotel Triangle International, Jinja from 12th to 13th December 2000.

17. Kabirizi J.M.; Nanyenya W.; Ebong C. Mugerwa J. and Kayiwa S. 2001. Improving dairy cattle production through improved feed resources in Kasenge parish, Mukono district. Proceedings of the FARMESA (Farm Level Applied Research Methods for Eastern and Southern Africa) Review Workshop held at Colline Hotel Mukono, Uganda, 3rd to 5th July 2001

18. Kabirizi J.M.; Nanyenya W.; Ebong C. Mugerwa J. and Kayiwa S. 2001. Evaluation of improved forages on smallholder dairy farms in Kasenge parish, Mukono district. Proceedings of the 2nd NARO (National Agricultural Research Organization) Scientific Conference held at the Conference Centre, Kampala, 2nd to 7th December 2001.

19. Ebong, C; Ejobi, F.; Kabirizi J.M..; Kabasa, J D.; Isabirye, P. 2002. Environmental concerns: A potential impetus for modernizing livestock agriculture Proceedings of the the National Agricultural Research Organization Scientific Conference at the International conference Centre, 4th to 7th December 2001.

20. Ebong C.; Isabirye P.; Kabasa D.; Kabirizi J.M.;. and Ejobi F. 2002. Cattle methane reduction baseline survey in Uganda. January 2002.Consultancy Report submitted to The Global Livestock Group

21. Mubiru S.; Rubaire-Akiiki, C.; Ebong, C., Kabirizi J.M.;. 2001. Introduction of improved techniques for feed resource utilisation on smallholder dairy farms in Uganda. Proceedings of the National Agricultural Research Organization Scientific Conference at the International conference Centre, 4th to 7th December 2001.

22. Mubiru S.; Rubaire-Akiiki, C.; Ebong, C., Kabirizi J.M.;. 2001. Adaptation of feed resource utilization techniques to smallholder dairy farms in Masaka district. Proceedings of the National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO) at the International Conference Centre December 2nd to 7th.

23. Kabirizi J.M.;.; Ebong, C.; Nanyenya W. 2001. Improving dairy cattle performance through improved feed resources: a case for Kasenge parish, Mukono district. Proceedings of the National Agricultural Research Organization Scientific Conference at the International conference Centre, 4th to 7th December 2001.

24. Sengooba T; Kabirizi J.M.;. and Mutetikka M. 2001. Impact of Namulonge Agricultural and Animal Production Research Institute on the surrounding community. Proceedings of the National Agricultural Research Organization Scientific Conference at the International conference Centre, 4th to 7th December 2001.

25. Kabirizi J.M.; 2002. Promoting the Use of Fodder banks in Uganda. In: AgriForum. ASARECA (Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa). No. 19 April-June 2002.

26. Mubiru S, Ebong C, Rubaire-Akiiki C, Kabirizi J.M.;, Odur A G, Nakiganda A, Bareeba F B, Halberge N. 2002. Strategic utilization of feed resources for smallholder dairy production in Masaka. Livestock Systems Research Programme feedback workshop. June 2002

27. Kabirizi J.M. and Ebong C. 2002. The role of Women in fodder production: A case study of Masaka district. Proceedings of the “International Follow-up of the Workshop on Networking for Eco-farming in Africa (NECOFA), Uganda, 12th October to 25th October 2002. Sunset Hotel, Jinja”.

28. Kabirizi J.M. 2002. Ecofarming technologies for intensive smallholder dairy farmers. Proceedings of the “National Follow-up workshop on ecofarming: Strategies of ecofarming promotion in Uganda, at Mukono ARDC, 19th – 20th December 2002”.

29. Kabirizi J.M.; Nanyenya, W.; Ebong, C.; Odogola, G.W.; Mugerwa, J. and Kayiwa, S. 2003. Improving feed resources availability on smallholder dairy farms: A case study of Kasenge parish, Mukono district. Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Vol. 8. No. 10. January 2003. pp. 395-400.

30. Mubiru, S.L.; Ebong, C.; Rubaire-Akiiki, C.; Kabirizi J.M.; Odur, A.G. and Nakiganda. 2003. Introduction of improved techniques of feed resource utilization on smallholder dairy farms in Uganda. Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Vol. 8. No. 10. January 2003. pp. 383-394.

31. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D and Ebong C. 2003. Improving all year around feed resource availability and productivity in smallholder dairy farming systems: A case study of Masaka district”. Proc. of the Animal Production Society of Kenya Annual Scientific Symposium (6th to 7th March 2003) held at Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), Naivasha, Kenya.

32. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D and Ebong C. 2003. Integration of leguminous forages into intensive smallholder dairy farming systems. Proc. of the Livestock Systems Annual and Internal Review Workshop held at Hotel African-Kampala, Uganda, 18-20th March 2003.

33. Kabirizi J.M.; 2003. Calliandra calothyrsus as a dry season protein supplement for dairy cattle in Uganda. Proceedings of the “Training Workshop on Tree Fodder as a contribution to dairy enterprise production and sustainable agriculture” 1st August 2003 at the Forestry Research Institute (FORI), Kifu, Mukono district, Uganda.

34. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D and Ebong C. 2003.Integration of herbaceous legumes and fodder trees into elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) fodder system: A case study of Masaka district, Uganda. Proceedings of the 6th Annual Graduate Workshop 25-26th September 2003. Makerere University Agric. Res., Kabanyolo, Uganda.

35. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D and Ebong C. 2003. Improving dairy cattle performance: Integrating legume fodder into crop-livestock farming systems. Proceedings of the 6th African Crop-Science-Kenya Chapter (ACS-Kenya Chapter). The Hilton Nairobi Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 12th to 17th October 2003.

36. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D. 2003. Farmers’ experiences with elephant grass + forage legume technology in Masaka district, Uganda .In: Kakengi, V,; Lekule, F.P; Kimambo, A.E. and; Kidunda, R.S. Proceeding of “The Tanzanian Society of Animal Production Annual Scientific Conference, 28th to 30th October 2003”. Tanga, Tanzania. TSAP Conference Series Vol. 30, (2003). 200-217.

37. Kabirizi J.M.; 2003. Improving food and feed security in intensive smallholder dairy farming systems in Masaka district. Proceedings of the 6th African Crop Science Society Conference held in Nairobi, Kenya, 12th to 17th October 2003.

38. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D 2003. Farmers’ perception of elephant grass + forage legume intercrop farming system in Masaka district. Proceedings of the 20th Tanzanian Society of Animal Production Conference held at Tanga, Tanzania, 27th to 30th October 2003.

39. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D; Ebong C.; Kayiwa, S.; Taabu, L.; Nabiyiki, J. and Luvumu E. 2003. Integrating leguminous fodder in intensive smallholder crop/livestock farming systems: A case study of Masaka district. Proceeding of the Livestock Systems Research Programme (LSRP) Annual Scientific Workshop, 2003. In collaboration with DANIDA’s Agricultural Sector Research Programme (ASPS) and the National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO) pp.221-242.

40. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D and Ebong C. 2004.Utilisation of leguminous forage and fodder tree species in zero grazing dairy cattle production systems in Masaka district, Uganda” Proceedings of the Regional Animal Production Conference at Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Headquarters, Conference Hall, Nairobi, Kenya from 15th to 18th March 2004.

41. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D. 2004. Improving dairy cattle productivity in smallholder dairy farms in Uganda: incorporating leguminous forages in farming systems. Proc. of The 7th Annual Graduate Workshop 14-16th August 2004. Makerere University Agric. Res., Kabanyolo, Uganda.

42. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe D; Mutetikka D 2004. Incorporating leguminous forages in intensive smallholder dairy cattle production systems in Masaka district, Uganda: farmers’ experiences and lessons learnt. Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol 9 Part 3 of 3.

43. Kabirizi J.M. 2004. Research and Development on indigenous fodder trees and shrubs in Uganda. Proceedings of the “Regional workshop on research and development on indigenous fodder trees and shrubs (IFTS) in Eastern Africa, ICRAF campus, Nairobi, Kenya, 15th to 17th September 2004”

44. Kabirizi J.M. 2004. The role of indigenous fodder trees and shrubs in the smallholder crop/livestock farming systems in Uganda Proceedings of the “Promotion of Ecofarming for Food Security of Natural Resources, Health and Income Generation” held at Amashairo Hotel Ltd in Kumasi, Ghana from 27th September to 8th October 2004.

45. Kabirizi J.M.; Nganda, S. and Sekitto, I. 2004. Networking for Ecofarming: Uganda Country Report. Proceedings of the “Promotion of Ecofarming for Food Security of Natural Resources, Health and Income Generation” held at Amashairo Hotel Ltd in Kumasi, Ghana from 27th September to 8th October 2004.

46. Kabirizi J.M. 2004. Transfer of ecologically sustainable ecofarming technologies in Uganda: Experiences from the Livestock Systems Research Programme. Proceedings of the “Promotion of Ecofarming for Food Security of Natural Resources, Health and Income Generation” held at Amashairo Hotel Ltd in Kumasi, Ghana from 27th September to 8th October 2004.

47. Kabirizi J.M.; Ssewanyana, E.; Kityali, A. and Mpairwe, D. 2004. Indigenous fodder trees and shrubs as feed resources for intensive goat production systems in Uganda. Proceedings of the “International workshop on enhancing the contribution of small livestock to the livelihoods of resource poor communities held at Hotel Brovad, Masaka district, Uganda, 15-19th November 2004.

48. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2004. Testing forage legume technologies with farmers: A case study of Masaka district, Uganda. Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Vol. 9. No.3. September 2004. pp. 906-913.

49. Kabirizi J.M.; Kityali, A.; Mpairwe, D. and Sewanyana, E. 2005. Indigenous forage trees and shrubs as feed resources for intensive goat production in Uganda. In: Small stock in development. Proceedings of a workshop on enhancing the contribution of small livestock to the livelihoods of resource-poor communities, Masaka, Uganda, 15-19 November 2004. pp. 101-112.

50. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2005. Farmers’ experiences in the production and utilization of forage legume technologies in crop/livestock systems in Uganda. Proceedings of the “Southern and Eastern African association for farming systems research-extension (SEAAFSRE), tenth regional conference, 19-21 September 2005 in Lilongwe, Malawi.

51. Kityali, A. and Kabirizi J.M.. The role of indigenous fodder trees and shrubs in intensive goat production systems in Uganda. Proceedings of the “7th African Crop Science Society Conference, 5-9 Dec. 2005”

52. Kabirizi J.M. 2005. Research and development on indigenous fodder trees and shrubs in Uganda. Country Report. In: Teemba, L. 2005. Research and development on indigenous fodder trees and shrubs. Proceedings of Regional workshop, RELMA in ICRAF, 15-17 September 2004. World Agroforestry Centre-Eastern and Central Africa Regional Programme (ICRAF ECA). ECA Working paper No. 5. 2005. pp 5-23.

53. Kabirizi J.M. 2005. The effect of Napier grass stunting disease on feed availability in Uganda. Proceedings of the workshop on “Strategies for ensuring clean germplasma for distribution and use” held at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 3rd to 7th September 2005

54. Kabirizi J.M. Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2005. Improving fodder and food production in smallholder crop/livestock farms in ` Uganda: Integrating forage legumes in the farming systems. In: Tenywa, J.S.; Adipala,B; Nampala, P.; Tusiime, G.; Okori, P. and Kamuhangire, W., The African Crop Science Proceedings, Vol. 7. pp 119-121, 5-9 Dec. 2005.

55. Kabirizi J.M. 2006. Effect of integrating forage legumes in smallholder dairy farming systems on feed availability and animal performance. PhD Thesis. March 2006. Makerere University

56. Kabirizi, J.; Mpairwe, D and Mutetikka D. 2006. Improving dairy cattle productivity in smallholder farms in Uganda: Incorporating leguminous forages in farming systems. Uganda J. Agric, Sc. 2006, 12(1):1-12

57. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2006. Calliandra and lablab hay as protein supplements in smallholder dairy farming systems. Proceedings of the “Training-of-trainers course on: Agroforestry fodder shrub innovation in Eastern and Central Africa, 12 to 16 June 2006, Nyeri – Kenya”.

58. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2006. Indigenous fodder trees and shrubs in smallholder goat production systems: A case study of Uganda. Proceedings of the “Training-of-trainers course on: Agroforestry fodder shrub innovation in Eastern and Central Africa, 12 to 16 June 2006, Nyeri – Kenya

59. Nielsen, S. L; Ebong, C., Kabirizi J.M. and Nicolaisen, M.. 2006. Napier grass stunt disease in Uganda associated with a phytoplasma. Abstract book. The 8th Conference of the European Foundation for Plant Pathology and the British Society of Plant Pathology, 13th to 18th August 2006. Sustainable disease management: the European perspective. KVL, Frederiksberg, Denmark. pp. 64.

60. Kabirizi J.M. 2006. Napier grass stunt disease: A new disease in Uganda. Proceedings of the conference at the Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Flakkebjerg, Denmark on 22nd August 2006.

61. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2006. Calliandra and lablab hay and dry season protein supplements in smallholder dairy farming systems in Uganda. Proceedings of the “The 9th Graduate workshop at Makerere University Agricultural Research Institute, Kabanyolo, 1st to 3rd September 2006”..

62. Kabirizi J.M.; Mutetikka, D.; Alokit-Olaunah, C. and Wamboga. 2006. Feed resource utilization in intensive dairy goat production systems in the highlands of Eastern Uganda. Proceedings of the East Africa Goat Development Network Conference, 6th to 8th November 2006, Mt. Elgon Hotel, Mbale

63. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2006. Farmers’ experiences in testing forage legume innovations in smallholder crop/livestock production systems in Uganda. Proceedings of “The Innovation African Symposium”, held at Munyonyo Resort Hotel, Kampala, Uganda, 20th to 23rd November 2006. (Abstract). pp. 68.

64. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2006. Participatory testing of forage legume technologies: a case study of smallholder dairy farmers in Masaka district. Proceedings of the Uganda Veterinary Association Symposium: Challenges to Professional Animal Health Management in Sub Saharan Africa” and Annual General meeting held on 30th November to 1st December 2006 at Hotel Equatorial.

65. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2007. Forage legumes can make a difference: A case study of testing maize/lablab intercropping technology with farmers in Uganda. Proceedings of the “International Conference Agricultural Innovation for the Dryland Africa: What are the key drivers for success?”, held from 22nd to 24th January 2007 at the FARA Secretariat, PMB, Accra, Ghana

66. Nielsen, S.L.; Ebong, C.; Kabirizi J.M. and M. Nicolaisen. 2007. First report of a 16SrXI Group phytoplasma (Candidatus Phytoplasma oryzae) associated with Napier grass stunt disease in Uganda. New Disease Reports. Volume 14. (http://www.bspp.org.uk/ndr/)

67. Jens Aagaard-Hansen, Carl Erik Schou Larsen,, Niels Halberg, Carsten Nico Portefee Hjortsø, Quentin Gausset, Kabirizi J.M. 2007. Main-streaming Participatory and Cross-disciplinary Approaches in Animal Science Research in Developing Countries. African Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 2 (4). pp. 119-130. http://www.academicjournals.org/ajar/contents/2007cont/Apr.htm

68. Kabirizi, J.; Nielsen, S,L.; Nicolaisen, M.; Byenya, S, Alicai, T. 2007. Napier stunt disease in Uganda: Farmers’ perceptions and impact on feed availability. African Crop Science Proceedings. Vol 8: pp. 895-897

69. Ejobi, F.; Kabasa, J.D.; Oloya, J.; Ebong, C.; Kabirizi J.M.; Isabirye, P. and Livingston, R. 2007. Methane emissions from the cattle population in Uganda. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 6 (3): 399-403, 2007.

70. Kabirizi, J,; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka. 2007. Farmers’ experiences in the production and utilization of forages in smallholder dairy farms in Uganda. Proc. Of the 10th Regional Conference of the Southern and Eastern African Association for farming systems Research and extension (SEAAFSRE) held on 19-21 September 2005 at Malawi Institute of Management (MIM). pp. 136-145.

71. Kabirizi, J.; Nielsen, S.L.; Ebong, C; Nicolaisen, M.; Byenkya,S. and Alacai, T. 2007. Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum) stunt disease: Impact on production and distribution of the associated phytoplasma in Uganda. Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences (May edition).

72. Kabirizi, J.; Mutetikka, D.; Aloikit-Olokit-Olaunah, C.; Wandekwa, S. and Ssewanyana, E. 2007. Feed resource utilization in intensive smallholder dairy goat production systems in the Highlands of Eastern Uganda. In: Camellius O.; Ahuya. B.; Bebe, O.; Sitawa Ogutu, J.K. 2007 Proceedings of the 6th Eastern Africa Goat Development Network (EAGODEN) Biennial Conference held at Mt Elgon Hotel, Mbale, Uganda 6-8 November 2006. pp.71-80.

73. Kabirizi, J. 2007. Enhancing adoption of fodder banks and forage conservation technologies in smallholder dairy farming systems in Soroti and Manafwa districts. Poster presented during the Uganda National Council for Science and Technology Science week at Lugogo Show ground, 17th -20th September, 2007.

74. Kabirizi, J. 2007. Napier stunt disease research in Uganda: elephant grass (Pennisetum purpruem) stunting disease control project. Proceedings of the inception meeting of the “Napier grass smut and stunt resistance project” to be held from 1st to 3rd October 2007 at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

75. Kabasa, J.D.; Ejobi,, F.; Ebong, E.; Isabirye, P.’ Kabirizi, J. 2007. Implications of climate change clean development mechanisms on livestock agricultural modernization in Africa: Case studies in Uganda. In: Eric Tiekes. Tropentag 2007. Proceedings of the “International Research on Food Security, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development. Utilization of diversity in land use systems: Sustainable and organic approaches to meet human needs”. Book of Abstracts. October 9-11, 2007. pp. 58. www.tropentag.de

76. Kabirizi, J., Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka, D. 2007. The effect of integrating forage legumes in smallholder crop/livestock farming systems on food, fodder and animal performance. In: Eric Tiekes. Tropentag 2007. Proceedings of the “International Research on Food Security, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development. Utilization of diversity in land use systems: Sustainable and organic approaches to meet human needs”. Book of Abstracts. October 9-11, 2007. pp.48. www.tropentag.de

77. Kabirizi, J. 2008. Successful Women: Successful Science. Supporting the women who Africa. Proceedings of the a WOCAN (Women Organizing for a Change in Agriculture and Nature Resource Management) held from 29th April to 2nd May 2008 at Hotel Nova View, Ntinda, Uganda.

78. Kabirizi, J. and Kwesiga, C. 2008. Integrating forage legumes in smallholder crop-livestock farming systems: Impact on feed and animal productivity and household income. hpp/info.worldbank,org/etools/does/library/243693

79. Ebong, C.; Kabirizi, J. and Ejobi, F. 2008. Livestock production in dryland ecosystems in Africa: potential benefits from carbon trade. Abstracts of Oral Presentations. Ninth International Conference on Dryland Development: Sustainable Development in Drylands-Meeting the Challenge of Global Climate Change, 7-10 November 2008, Alexandria, Egypt. pp. 85.

80. Kabirizi, J.; Ssewanyana, E.; Mpairwe, D. and Mutetikka D. 2008. Improving dry season feeding in smallholder dairy systems: A case study of testing maize crop-lablab intercropping technology with farmers in Uganda. Abstracts of Oral Presentations. Ninth International Conference on Dryland Development: Sustainable Development in Drylands-Meeting the Challenge of Global Climate Change, 7-10 November 2008, Alexandria, Egypt. pp. 89.

81. Kabirizi, J. and Namara, F. 2009. Nutrient Feed Blocks: a Strategic Supplement for Dairy Cattle in Intensive Smallholder Systems. Paper presented during the ICRAF/ILRI workshop on “Improving Livestock Production through high quality Feeds and improved Feeding strategies” held at ,12-16th January 2009, Ridar Hotel, Mukono district, Uganda

82. Kabirizi, J. 2009. The Effect of Integrating Forage Legumes in Smallholder Crop/livestock Farming Systems on Food, Fodder and Animal performance. Proceedings of the Dissemination Facilitators Workshop, Kampala Uganda 19th – 23rd January 2009
East African Dairy Development Project (Dissemination of high quality feeds and feeding strategies) held in Kampala, Uganda

83. Kabirizi, J. 2009. Participatory testing of forage legume innovations with resource poor women dairy farmers in Masaka district, Uganda: Impact on fodder availability, animal performance and household income. Paper presented during the finals of 2008-2009 All-Africa Young Professionals and Women in Science Competition Finals held on 19th to 25th April 2009 at Ghion Hotel. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

84. Kabirizi, J. 2009. Integrating Calliandra calothyrusus fodder trees in smallholder dairy cattle systems: Effect on milk yield and household income. Book of Abstract for the 2nd World Congress of Agroforestry, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 28th August 2009.

85. Kabirizi, J,; Mukiibi, E.; Namazzi, C. 2009. Napier stunt and smut diseases in Uganda. Proceedings of the Napier stunt and smut resistance project Annual Review and Planning meeting” held at the International Livestock Resources Research Institute, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

86. Kabirizi, J,; Turinawe, A.; Nangooti, N.; Akwanga, D. and Kigongo., J. 2009. The impact of improved forage technologies on profitability of dairy enterprise and factors affecting utilization of technologies .Book of Abstracts of the 9th African Crop Science Society Conference in Cape Town, South Africa, 28th September t0 1st October 2009. Abstract Number 56: Page 47.

87. Kabirizi, J.; Nangooti, N.; Akwanga, D.; Ebiyau, G.; Taabu, L. and Kigongo, J. 2009. Sustainable Food Production- Research and Development in crop-livestock systems in Uganda. Proceeding of “The real cost of food” Community conference, 11-12th December 2009 at Ilanfyllin High School, llanfyllin, Powys Manchester, United Kingdom- Key note paper

88. Kabirizi, J. 2010. Napier stunt disease in Uganda: Farmers’ perception and effect on fodder yield. In: Imbuga, M.; Thoruwa , C.; Mwangi, M.; Monda, E. Conference Report 18th – 20th August 2010. A Decade into the 21st Century: The Contribution of African Women Scientists and Engineers pp. 36

89. Kabirizi, J.; Alicai, T.; Molo, R.; Nielsen. S.; Kigongo, J. 2010. Napier stunt disease in Uganda: Farmers’ perception and effect on fodder yield. Jolly Kabirizi1, Titus Alicai, Richard Molo, Steen Nielsen, John Kigongo. In: Thoruwa, C.;Mwangi, M.; Abukutsa-Onyango, M.; Monda, E. Ndeda, R. Cyiza, B.; Okaka, A.; Kabirizi, Enie, R.O. 2010. African Women in Science and Engineering conference proceedings. A decade into the 21st century; The contribution of African women scientists and Engineers, 18th - 20th August 2010, Nairobi, Kenya. pp. 149-154.

90. Kabirizi, J., Taabu, L., Kigongo, J., Namazzi, C., Ebiyau, G., Oketayot, J. and Ogwal, S. 2010. The contribution of women to food and fodder production in war affected areas of Gulu District in Uganda. Proceedings of Second RUFORUM Biennial Meeting 20 - 24 September 2010, Entebbe, Uganda. http://www.ruforum.org/sites/default/files/file/Biennual

91. Namazzi C.S, Hanson J, Proud J, 1Kabirizi.J,Mulaa M; Pallangyo B. 2011. Evaluations of Napier grass clones for nutritive quality and the potential effect of stunt and smut diseases. ASARECA Livestock And Fisheries Programme Scientific Conference held at Hotel Source du Nil, Bujumbura, Burundi, 30thOctober to 4th November 2011

92. Kabirizi et. al. 2012. Napier stunt disease incidence, severity and management in Uganda-Animal Production Society of Kenya (APSK) held from 11th to 15th April 2012 at Red Court Hotel, Nyeri - “Framing the Issues, Challenges and Opportunities in livestock sector in the 21st century”

93. Mugerwa S, Kabirizi J.M., Kigongo J, Zziwa E.., 2011. A cost-benefit analysis for utilization of poultry manure in cabbage production among smallholder crop-livestock farmers. International Journal of Agronomy and Agricultural Research (IJAAR) ISSN: 2223-7054. Vol. 1, No. 2, p. 14-19, 2011

94. Alice Turinawe, Johnny Mugisha, Jolly Kabirizi, 2012. Socio-economic evaluation of improved forage technologies in smallholder dairy cattle farming systems in Uganda. Journal of Agricultural Science. Vol 4, No 3 (2012) http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jas

95. Kabirizi, J.; Mugerwa, S.; Ziwa, E.; Nanyennya, W.; Matovu, M.; Kigongo, J., Komutunga E., Agona A. 2011. The Role of Forages in Mitigating the Effects of Climate Change in Smallholder Crop-Livestock Systems, Transcript document. http://www.slideshare.net/cenafrica/

96. Kabirizi, J.; Mugerwa, S.; Ziwa, E.; Lukwago, G.; Namazzi, C. 2012. Napier stunt disease incidence, severity and management in Uganda. Proceeding of the Annual Scientific Symposium of the Animal Production Society of Kenya, April 11th to 13th 2012.Green Hills Hotel, Nyeri. Kenya. pp 30-35.

97. Mugerwa, S.; Kabirizi, J.; Ziwa, E.; Lukwago, G. 2012. Utilization of crop residues and agro-industrial by-products in livestock feeds and feeding systems in Uganda. Proceeding of the Annual Scientific Symposium of the Animal Production Society of Kenya, April 11th to 13th 2012.Green Hills Hotel, Nyeri. Kenya. pp 151-157.

98. Kabirizi, J.; Njarui, D.M.G.; Itabari, J.K.; Mugerwa, S.; Nanyennya, W.; Kaganda, S.; Nakiganda, A.; Nizigama, J.; Namagembe, A.; Namazzi, C. and Milawa. Improving smallholder dairy production systems through participatory evaluation of climate change adaptation technologies and innovations. Proceedings of 8th ESADA Dairy Conference and Exhibition, Kenya, 14th to 16th April 2012

99. Njarui, M G; Kabirizi, J.M.; Itabari, J.K.; Gatheru, M.; Nakiganda. A.and Mugerwa, S. 2012. Production characteristics and gender roles in dairy farming in peri-urban areas of Eastern and Central Africa. Livestock Research for Rural Development 24 (07) 2012

100. Kabirizi, J.; Njarui, D.M.G.; Itabari, J.K.; Mugerwa, S.; Nanyennya, W.; Kaganda, S.; Nakiganda, A.; Nizigama, J.; Namagembe, A.; Namazzi, C. and Milawa.2012.Crop-livestock integration for sustainable management of natural resources in ECA region. [ASARECA] Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa. Feeding our region in the 21st century. First ASARECA General Assembly. Volume 1 Proceedings. Entebbe, Uganda; 14th to 16th December 2011. pp. 84-85.

101. Mwilawa, A.J. Ngendello, A.M. Kabirizi, J. , Njarui D. , Ndikumana, J. Mashalla, B. and Rukiko, P.. 2012. Silage making under smallholder dairy farmers: experience in The Lake Zone, Mwanza. Proceedings of the 35th TSAP Conférence, 23rd – 26th October 2012, Olasit Garden in Arusha, Tanzania

102. Swidiq Mugerwa, Jolly M. Kabirizi, William Nanyenya, Moses Matovu, Everlyne Komutunga, Drake N. Mubiru, Ambrose Agona, Emmanuel Zziwa. 2013. Simulation of methane emissions from stall fed dairy animals under different dietary strategies in Uganda. Frontiers in Science 2013, 3(1): 1-5

103. Kabirizi, J.; Ndikumana, J.; Zziwa, E.; Mugerwa, S. and Asuma, J. 2013. The potential of Brachiaria hybrid cv. Mulato as a feed resource in smallholder dairy systems. Book of Abstracts of the 2013 Annual Symposium and Annual General meeting (AGM) of the Animal Production Society of Kenya, 11th to 12th April 2013. pp.24.

104. Kabirizi, J.; Ndikumana, J.; Zziwa, E.; Mugerwa, S. and Asuma, J. 2013. The potential of Brachiaria hybrid cv. Mulato as a feed resource in smallholder dairy systems. first Special Issue IGC2013 with all papers belonging to the IGC 2013 session 1.2.1 (“Development and Impact of Sown Tropical Species”); please see http://tropicalgrasslands.info/index.php/tgft/issue/current/showToc.

105. Mugerwa, S.; Zziwa, E. and Kabirizi, J. 2013. Environmental assessment of climate smart agricultural interventions in smallholder crop-livestock production systems. Book of Abstracts of the 2013 Annual Symposium and Annual General meeting (AGM)of the Animal Production Society of Kenya, 11th to 12th April 2013.3.

106. Kabirizi, J.; Ndikumana, J.; Zziwa, E.; Mugerwa, S. and Asuma, J. 2013. The potential of Brachiaria hybrid cv. Mulato as a feed resource in smallholder dairy systems. Book of Abstracts of the 2013 Annual Symposium and Annual General meeting (AGM)of the Animal Production Society of Kenya, 11th to 12th April 2013. pp.24.

107. Mugerwa, S.; Zziwa, E. and Kabirizi, J. 2013. Environmental assessment of climate smart agricultural interventions in smallholder crop-livestock production systems. Book of Abstracts of the 2013 Annual Symposium and Annual General meeting (AGM)of the Animal Production Society of Kenya, 11th to 12th April 2013

108. Jolly Kabirizi, Emma Zziwa, Swidiq Mugerwa and Agnes Namagembe. 2013. Dry season forages for improving dairy cattle production in smallholder dairy systems. In: David L Michalk et. al., 2013. Revitalising Grasslands to Sustain our Communities: Proceedings 22nd International Grassland Congress, Sydney, Australia pp 812-814. Print ISBN: 978-1-74256-543-9

109. John Kigongo, Birthe K. Paul, Zziwa Emma, Brigitte L. Maass, Jolly Kabirizi.2013. Evaluating drought tolerant improved forage legumes for enhanced smallholder dairy productivity in Uganda. Paper presented during Tropentag, September 17-19, 2013, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany “Agricultural development within the rural-urban continuum”

110. Pallangayo, B.; Kabirizi, J.; Mulaa, M; Hanson, J.; Proud, J. and Maeda, C. 2013. Napier stunt status and Management in Eastern and Central Africa. In: Ndikumana, J.K Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp. 20-26. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

111. Mulaa, M.; Kabirizi, J.; Pallangyo, B.; Hanson, J.; Proud, J.; Mukiibi, E.; Maeda, C.; Wanjala, B.; Awalla, B.J and Namazzi, C. 2013.Diversity, biomass and resistance to stunt in Napier grass clones in East and Central Africa region. In: Ndikumana, J.; Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp 27-34. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

112. Namazzi, C.;Hanson, J.; Proud, J.; Kabirizi, J.; Mulaa, M. and Pallngayo, B. 2013. Evaluations of East African Napier grass clones for nutritive quality and the potential effect of stunt. In: Ndikumana, J.; Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp. 45-52. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

113. Njarui, D.M.; Kabirizi, J.; Itabari, J.K.; Nakiganda, A. and Gatheru, M. 2013. Characteristics of dairy cattle farming in mixed crop-livestock production systems of the Eastern and Central Africa region. In: Ndikumana, J.k Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp. 187-196. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

114. Kabirizi, J.; Njarui, D.M.; Itabari, J.K.; Nakiganda, A.; Kaganda, A. and Nizigama, J. 2013. Soil fertility management options in smallholder crop-livestock farming systems in East and Central Africa region. In: Ndikumana, J.k Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp.276-284. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

115. Mugerwa S. and Kabirizi, J. 2013. A cost-benefit analysis for utilization of poultry manure in cabbage production among smallholder dairy farmers. In: Ndikumana, J.k Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp. 285-290. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

116. Kabirizi, J.; Njarui, D.M.; Itabari, J.K.; Nakiganda, A.; Nanyeenya, W.N.; and Nizigama, J. 2013. Enhancing smallholder dairy production through participatory evaluation of forages, soil fertility and water harvesting innovations in ECA region. In: Ndikumana, J.k Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp. 309-318. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

117. Nakiganda, A.; Nanyeenya, N.W.; Omaria, R.; Kabirizi, J.; Mugerwa, S.; Kaganda, S.; Namazzi, C. and Nizigama, J. 2013, Analysis of policies affecting smallholder dairy and indigenous chickens enterprises in Uganda. In: Ndikumana, J.k Mubiru, S.; Zziwa, E. and Tenywa, J.S. (eds) 2013. Enhancing the competitiveness of the livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa, Entebbe, Uganda pp. 337-344. ISBN: 978-92-95070-96-7

118. Kabirizi, J.; Mugerwa, S.; Nanyeenya, N.W.; Mwilawa, A.; Masunga, W.; Njarui, D.M.G.; Itabari, J.K.; Minani, E.; Wanyama, G.; Zziwa, E and Ndikumana. 2013. Climate smart agriculture technologies for food security and poverty alleviation in smallholder dairy-vegetable systems in Eastern and Central Africa. Livestock and Fisheries Programme Scientific conference. Book of abstracts. pp. 8

119. J. M. Kabirizi, S. Mugerwa, J. Ndikumana, D. M. G. Njarui, S. Kaganda, J. Mwilawa, E. Minani, A. Nijimbere, J. Wanyama, E. Zziwa, W. Nanyeenya, J. Itabari. 2014. Climate Change Technologies for Improved Livelihoods of Smallholder Crop-Livestock Farmers in Eastern and Central Africa. Resources and Environment 2014, 4(1): 54-57 DOI: 10.5923/j.re.20140401.06

120. Swidiq Mugerwa, Emmanuel Zziwa and Jolly Kabirizi. 2014. Effect of fortifying Aflatoxin-contaminated feeds with Ugandan bentonite on performance of broiler birds. App. Sci. Report.3 (1), 2013: 106-109.

121. S. Mpiiri, C. Staver, G.H. Kagezi, J. Wesige, C. Nakeyune, G. Sebuliba, J. Kabirizi, K. Nowakunda, E. Karamura and W. K. Tushemereirwe. 2013. The use of trees and shrubs to improve banana productivity and production in Central Uganda. An
analysis of the current situation" CABI International 2013 Chapter 19.
Banana systems in the humid highlands of sub-saharan Africa, In: G.Blomme,
P. Van Asten and B. Vanlauwe (eds).

122. J. Kabirizi, S. Mugerwa, C. Namazzi, G. Kawube, Z.Nampijja,
G. Lukwago and M. Mulaa. 2013. Evaluation of Napier grass (Pennisetum Purpureum) accessions for tolerance to Napier stunt disease. Proceedings of EAAPP Mini-Scientific Conference Held at the Regional Dairy Centre of Excellence, 12th to 15thh November 2013, Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, Naivasha. http://www.rdcoe.or.ke/disease_challenges

123. J. M. Kabirizi, S. Mugerwa, J. Ndikumana, D. M. G. Njarui, S. Kaganda, J. Mwilawa, E. Minani, A. Nijimbere, J. Wanyama, E. Zziwa, W. Nanyeenya, J. Itabari. 2014. Climate change technologies for improved livelihoods of smallholder crop-livestock farmers in Eastern and Central Africa. Resources and Environment. p-ISSN: 2163-2618 e-ISSN: 2163-2634. 2014; 4(1): 54-57. doi:10.5923/j.re.20140401.06

124. Kabirizi, J,M.; Mugerwa, S.; Kirunda, H.; Lukwago, G.; Oluka J.; Butungi, S.; Ssemabo, D.K.K.; Mubiru, F.; Nakimbugwe, H. 2014. Feed resources management, genetic improvement and disease control in smallholder dairy systems. ISBN 9789970926909

125. E O Mungube, D M G Njarui, M Gatheru, J Kabirizi and J Ndikumana. 2014. Reproductive and health constraints of dairy cattle in the peri-urban areas of semi-arid eastern Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development 26 (06) 2014

126. Andrew Mwebaze Atuhairwe; Swidiq Mugerwa; Samuel Okello; Kenneth Okello Lapenga; Fred Kabi and Jolly Kabirizi. 2014. Prioritization of crop residues fro improving productivity on smallholder dairy farming households in the Lake Victoria Crescent, Uganda. Open Journal of Animal Science, 2014.103-114.

127. Maass, B.L.; Kabirizi, J.; P. D.; Carter, N.; Ouma, E. and Wanjiki, C. 2014. Opportunities for Feeding Forages to Pigs in Uganda. Paper presented during Tropentag 2014: Bridging the gap between increasing knowledge and decreasing resources, September 17 - 19, 2014, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic. http://www.tropentag.de/notify.php?code=s78gxeuP

128. M G Njarui, J K Itabari, J M Kabirizi* and A J Mwilawa. 2014. Water sources and quality for dairy cattle in smallholder farms in semi-arid Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development 26 (08) 2014. http://www.lrrd.org/public-lrrd/proofs/lrrd2608/njar26152.html

129. Brigitte L. Maass, Jolly Mary Kabirizi, Danilo Pezo, Natalie Carter, Emily Ouma, Emmanuel Zziwa, Wanjiku Chiuri. 2014. Opportunities for Feeding Forages to Pigs in Uganda. Paper presented during the Tropentag, September 17-19, 2014, Prague, Czech Republic. “Bridging the gap between increasing knowledge and decreasing resources”

130. G. Kawube, T. Alicai, M. Otim, A. Mukwaya, J. Kabirizi and H. Talwana. 2014. Resistance of napier grass clones to napier grass stunt disease. African Crop Science Journal, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 229 – 235

131. Zziwa, E. and Kabirizi, J. 2014. Constraints to integration of vegetable production in smallholder dairy systems of Uganda. International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB)Volume X, Issue X, Month 2014, PP 8-10. ISSN 2349-0357 (Print) & ISSN 2349-0365 (Online. www.arcjournals.org)

132. R Mwesigwa , J M Kabirizi, R Kajobe, S Mugerwa. 2015. Multiplication of improved Brachiaria planting materials for livestock productivity enhancement (Short communication). Livestock Research for Rural Development 27 (2) 2015. http://www.lrrd.org/public-lrrd/proofs/lrrd2702/mwes27025.html

133. J.M. Kabirizi, J. Ndikumana, D.M.G. Njarui,S. Kaganda, J. Mugerwa, S., Mwilawa, E. Minani, A. Nijimbere, J. Wanyama, E. Zziwa, W.Nanyeenya and J. Itabari 2015. Climate change technologies for improved livelihoods of smallholder crop–livestock farmers in Eastern and Central Africa. In: Judith Anne Francis. 2015. Agricultural innovations for sustainable development. Contributions from the 3rd Africa-wide women and young professionals in science competition. Synthesis report: lessons learned. http://knowledge.cta.int/. Vol. 4: issue 3. pp. 75-82.

134. Kabirizi, J.; Muyekho, F.; Mulaa, M; Msangi, R.; Zziwa, E.; Mugerwa, S.; Ajanga,S.; Lukwago, G.; Pallangyo, B.; Wamalwa N.I. E; Kawube, G.; Mwesigwa, R.; Kariuki, I.; Atuhairwe, A.; Awalla, J.; Namazzi, C. 2015. Napier grass feed resource: production, constraints and implications for smallholder farmers in Eastern and Central Africa. ISBN: 978-9970-9269-1-6

135. Zziwa, E. and Kabirizi, J. 2015. Constraints to Integration of Vegetable Production in Smallholder Dairy Systems of Uganda. International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB) Volume 3, Issue 1, January 2015, PP 141-149 ISSN 2349-0357 (Print) & ISSN 2349-0365 (Online)

136. Kawube, G.; Kabirizi, J.; and Namazzi, C. 2014. Genetic characterization of Alupe napier grass accessions based on simple sequence repeat markers. American Journal of Experimental Agric.. http://www.sciencedomain.org/articles-press.php (2015)

137. Geofrey Kawube, Herbert Talwana, Mogens Nicolaisen , Titus Alicai, Michael Otim , Jolly Kabirizi , Anthony Mukwaya , Steen Lykke Nielsen. 2014. Napier grass stunt disease prevalence, incidence, severity and genetic variability of the associated phytoplasma in Uganda. Elsevier Crop Protection 75 (2015) 63-69.

138. Geofrey Kawube, Herbert Talwana, Titus Alicai, Michael Otim, Anthony Mukwaya and Jolly Kabirizi. 2015. Temporal Dynamics of Napier Grass Stunt Disease as Influenced by Napier Grass Clones and Initial Inoculum. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture 8(5): 268-279, 2015, Article no.

139. Kabirizi, J.; Mwesigwa, R. and Nviri, G. 2016. “Forage research and development in Uganda“ presented during “Forages in Eastern and Central Africa” meeting held at Beca-ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya (26th to 28th May 2015)

140. Kabirizi J.M., Ndikumana J., Njarui D.M.G., Mwilawa A.J., Minani E., Mugerwa S., Zziwa E 2014. Improving livelihoods in smallholder crop-livestock farming systems in Eastern and Central Africa. A catalogue of proven and practical climate smart agricultural technologies and innovations https://www.researchgate.net/publication/279216595_

141. Kabirizi, J.; Muyekho, F.; Mulaa, M; Kawube, G.; Msangi, R.; Pallangyo, B.; Zziwa, E.; Mugerwa, S.; Ajanga,S.; Lukwago, G.; Wamalwa N.I. E; Kariuki, I.; Atuhairwe, A.; Awalla, J.; Namazzi, C.; Nampijja, Z. 2015. Napier grass feed resource: production, constraints and implications for smallholder farmers in Eastern and Central Africa. ISBN: 978-9970-9269-1-6 (Book)

142. Jolly M. Kabirizi, Ben Lukuyu, Sarah Mayanja, Lule Peter, Gerald Kyalo and Diego Naziri, 2015. Sweetpotato Silage Making Manual. The CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB)

143. Kabirizi, J. and Mugerwa, S. 2015. National Livestock Resources Research Institute (NaLIRRI Addressing Animal Nutritional Constraints in Uganda: The Contribution of the Livestock Nutrition Research Programme. http://www.naro.go.ug/files/downloads/FinalLivestockNutritionBrochure.pdf

144. Brigitte L. Maass,1* Charles A.O. Midega,2 Mupenzi Mutimura,3 Volatsara B. Rahetlah, 4Paulo Salgado, 5 Jolly M. Kabirizi, 6 Zeyaur R. Khan, 2 Sita R. Ghimire,7 and Idupulapati M. Rao

145. Brigitte L. Maass,1; Charles A.O. Midega, Mupenzi Mutimura, Volatsara B. Rahetlah, Paulo Salgado, Jolly M. Kabirizi, Zeyaur R. Khan, Sita R. Ghimire, and Idupulapati M. Rao. 2015. Homecoming of Brachiaria: Improved hybrids prove useful for African animal agriculture.: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265132190

Technical Reports

  1. Kabirizi J.M. 1996. Productivity and feeding value of Lablab purpureus cv Rongai (MSc Thesis, Makerere University)
  2. Kabirizi, 1997. A survey of feed resources in Nangabo Smallholder dairy farming systems. May 1997. NORAD Project/Makerere University, National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO).
  3. Nation-wide Survey on NARO (National Agricultural Research Organization) Technology Development and Transfer- September –December 1997.
  4. Kabirizi, 1997. Baseline survey of the Uganda Cattle Methane emissions in Uganda, 2001. Funded by TransAlta Corporation and The Global Livestock Group, U.S.A. September 2001 to January 2002.
  5. Ebong C.; Isabirye P.; Kabasa D.; Kabirizi J.M. and Ejobi F. 2002. Cattle methane reduction baseline survey in Uganda. January 2002.Consultancy Report submitted to The Global Livestock Group
  6. Kabirizi J.M.; Mpairwe, D.; Mutetikka D. and Ebong C. 2002. Utilisation of forages and supplements in zero grazing dairy cattle production systems in Masaka district. A survey report (January 2002).
  7. Kabirizi J.M. 2002. Improving dairy cattle performance by incorporating legume fodder into crop-livestock farming systems of the smallholder dairy farms: A case study of Masaka District (Progress reports for January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September 2002).
  8. Kabirizi J.M.; 2002. Ecological and Economic evaluation of fodder bank technologies in Mbale district (Quarterly Reports: January to April 2002; May to August 2002).
  9. Kabirizi J.M. 2002. Agricultural Training and Technology Transfer to Farmers: The Livestock Systems Research Approach. Submitted to Agricultural Sector Programme Support as part of the consultancy work with Scanagri Denmark A/S.
  10. Gunnar P. J.; Bronden C.; Ogeda M.; Kabirizi J.M.. and Olinga F. 2002. Agricultural Sector Programme Support (ASPS): Technical Review of Agricultural Training and 18 Technology Transfer to Farmers, 20th September 2002 to 18th October 2002. Consultancy Report submitted to ASPS/DANIDA.
  11. Kabirizi J.M. 2002. Improving dairy cattle performance by incorporating legume fodder in crop-livestock farming systems. A progress report for the period of November 2001 to December 2002.
  12. Kabirizi J.M. and Kityali, A. 2004. Research and Development on indigenous fodder trees and shrubs in Uganda. Consultancy Report (National Agricultural Research Organization/ICRAF/RELMA), July-August 2004.
  13. Kabirizi J.M. 2004. Training Needs Assessment for Lwengo sub-county mixed farmers, Masaka district, 12-15th October 2004
  14. Kabirizi J.M. 2004. LSRP/DATIC Linkages: Report on Farmer training workshops in Masaka and Pallisa districts, November, 2004.
  15. Kabirizi J.M. 2004. NECOFA (Networking for eco-farming in Africa) Follow-up workshop, “Promotion of Ecofarming for Food Security of Natural Resources, Health and Income Generation workshop report” held at Amashairo Hotel Ltd in Kumasi, Ghana from 27th September to 8th October 2004.
  16. Kabirizi J.M. 2004. Agricultural Sector Programme Support II DATICS (District 9Agricultural Training and Information Centre) – LSRP (Livestock Systems Research Programme) collaboration: Training Needs Assessment at Rakai and Kyembogo and Tororo DATICs
  17. Kabirizi J.M. 2005. An innovative approach for enhancing adoption of feed conservation technologies by smallholder dairy farmers in Masaka district: Feed resource inventory survey- April 2005.
  18. Kabirizi J.M. and Ejobi, F. 2005. Indigenous fodder trees and shrubs as feed resources for goats in Uganda
  19. Kabirizi J.M. and Mutetikka, D. 2006. Feeding Calendar Guidelines for Dairy Goats in Soroti, Manafwa and Sironko districts Uganda. FARM Africa/NARO/Makerere University Consultancy work
  20. Kabirizi J.M. 2006. Effect of incorporating forage legumes in smallholder dairy farming systems on feed availability and animal performance. PhD Thesis. Makerere University
  21. Kabirizi J.M.; Mutetikka, D.; Ssewanyana, E. and Misinde, M. 2007. Production practices, constraints and future prospects of intensive smallholder dairy cattle and goat production in Manafwa and Soroti districts: Survey report
  22. Quarterly and Annual Reports (1994 t0 2006).
  23. Kabirizi, J. and Alicai, T. 2007. Report on a “field visit to Kenya agricultural Research Institute-Kitale on Napier stunt disease research and control strategy, 19th to 22nd February 2007”
  24. Kabirizi, J. 2007. Survey report on spread of Napier stunt disease in Mukono, Wakiso, Jinja, Sironko, Mbarara, Kabale and Lira districts, March 2007
  25. Kabirizi, J.; Alicai, T.; Molo, R and Kigongo, J. 2009. Napier stunt control strategy- End of project report (2008-2009). National Competitive Fund
  26. Kabirizi, J.; Mutetikka, D.; Ebiyau, G. 2009. Enhancing adoption of fodder banks and forage conservation technologies in Soroti and Manafwa districts, Uganda. End of project report (2006-2009). Eastern Zonal Competitive Fund 19
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