Household Survey Data on Nutritional Resilience and Agricultural Shocks Among Arable Farmers in Northern Uganda

Dataset

AVAILABLE FROM
International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)

AUTHORS

Atibo Christopher, Mwongera Caroline, Mwungu Chris M, and Shikuku Kelvin Mashisia

SUMMARY

This household survey was conducted across 322 households in the four sub counties of Nwoya district (Anaka, Alero, Purongo and Kochgoma) in December 2017. This was an end line survey that was conducted as part of the project increasing food security and farming systems resilience through wide scale adoption of climate smart agricultural (CSA) technologies. The main aim for this survey was to link CSA adoption with nutrition and resilience. This knowledge could potentially policy makers and development practitioners about the influence of CSA on nutrition and livelihoods of farmers in Nwoya district. Since CSA technologies as well as dissemination methods are context specific, such knowledge would provide information on promoting the most relevant CSA technologies. That is CSA technologies that have a positive impact on nutrition, resilience and other livelihood indicators.



Types of data collected include:




  1. Geographical location of the farmers,

  2. Shocks that affected farmers economically,

  3. Market Access,

  4. Food household basket and food expenditure,

  5. Non-food expenditure,

  6. Food insecurity experience scale,

  7. Food scarcity and seasonality.

  8. Market Access,

TAGS

africa, Agricultural economics, agroecosystems, Agroecosystems and Sustainable Landscapes - ASL, analysis, climate, climate change, Climate science, Climate-smart agricultural technologies, data, Decision and Policy Analysis - DAPA, development, economics, expenditure, farmers, farming, Food and nutrition security, households, indicators, information, livelihoods, location, methods, nutrition, resilience, scale, sciences, seasonality, Social sciences, systems, and uganda

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uganda

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