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  • This survey was conducted by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics. The Kenya Integrated Household Budget Survey (KIHBS)2005-2006 is a baseline survey (the last one done nationally was in the early 1980s) designed to monitor on a regular basis and in an integrated way progress being made towards the improvement of welfare in the Kenyan society so as to monitor effects of economic policies and national development strategies on the well-being of society. The interview of households in the KIHBS was spread over a period of 12 months. This was done to enable analysts take into account the different conditions that household’s experience, particularly farming households, in both the rainy season and in the dry season and prices. A combination of two methods (the personal interview method and the account book/diary method) were used for different components of the questionnaire. Three questionnaires were administered during the survey period. One focused on the household while the other two were on the community as a whole. The three relevant survey instruments that were used are: Household questionnaire Community questionnaire Market price questionnaire

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    The data was collected in three districts (Kersa, Omonada and Bako-Tibe) in Oromia regional state, Southwestern Ethiopia. The data was collected from 228 farmers during October-November 2015. The questionaire was developed after a series of focus group discussions and key informant interviews in the study area.