Section H6 Labor Use Q10

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section H6 Labor Use Q15

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section E Dairy Production

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section P2 Agricultural and Household Assets

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section T Credit

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section B Ownership and Management of Cattle

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section R Housing Quality and Household Assets

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section N Crop Production (for all plots cultivated by hh himself)

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section H2-H5 Breeding and AI Animal Health Manure Handling Record Keeping

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Section A Household Roster

The survey interviewed 254 retailer shops in 10 sub-cities of Addis Ababa. 30 supermarkets, 20 mini-markets, 100 regular shops, 80 dairy shops and 24 open market shops selling dairy products were interviewed. Details of the sampling strategy is found in the attachment. The survey collected information on the characteristics of the shop, details of dairy products sold, prices and quality. Policy makers, research, and other stakeholders can use this data to analyses dairy value chain in Ethiopia and dairy retailing practices in Ethiopia. This data set was collected through research of the project �??Improving the evidence and policies for better performing livestock systems in Ethiopia�?� lead by the International Food Policy Research Institution as part of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems