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Focus Group Discussion Protocols on Livelihood Situation of Farmers in four Communities in Oromia, Ethiopia (2015)
In four kebeles (smalles administrative unit in Ethiopia: Bonda Megela, Gaba, Wabo, Wangene) in Oromia district gender-disaggregated focus group discussions on socio-economic aspects of farming communities were conducted. Aspects have been the institutional network of the village (with the help of the Venn Diagram tool, income and livelihood sources (with land, without land, with irrigation, without irrigation) with a focus on cash and food crops and vegetable production, market access, marketing structure and prices, land titles and inheritance arrangements, role of extension services, access to credit, contractfarming and future plans of children. Discussions were part of the NutriHAF project, which aims at diversifying diets and livelihoods through the promotion of multi-storey cropping in biosphere hotspots in Ethiopia and Madagascar.
Survey on Socio-economic Baseline Information for Biomass-based Production (maize), Bako, Arjo and Yayu Districts in Ethiopia, 2014-15
The survey covers 227 small holder maize growing farmers in Bako, Jimma Arjo and Yayu in the Oromia region. The baseline information covers the farming household characteristics (fam size, sources of income, education levels etc), maize and livestock production challenges, access to extension and markets.
This documents lists and shortly describes the research policies (ethics, data management) applied at ZEF, and where to access them. Junior and Senior Researchers must sign and confirm to have read and accepted the policies.
This data was collected for the doctoral research on Armed conflicts and forced displacement: incentives and consequences on consumption and social preferences. Specifically, the data in this portal focuses on the lab in the field experiment of trust and dictator games conducted between refugees and host communities in 11 refugee settlements in Adjumani District of Northern Uganda and the household survey of the same households. The survey covered 628 families and was collected in April 2018, while the experiment covered 619 of the same surveyed households and was collected in June 2018. Data from both the survey and the field experiment have been merged. In the supplementary material, I provide the questionnaires for both the survey and the field experiment, the experimental procedures that closely followed Bauer et al. (2018), and instructions to the enumerators to precisely conduct the experiment.