Participation of Women Farmers’ in the Agricultural Research Process, Ethiopia

Dataset

AVAILABLE FROM
International Food Policy Research (IFPRI)

AUTHORS

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), International Potato Center (CIP), and Wageningen University & Research

SUMMARY

Quantitative data collected to understand the level of women farmers’ participation in four agricultural research processes – design, testing, dissemination, and M&E. Data were collected in four woredas (districts), within the Ethiopian highlands (i.e. Basona Worena, Sinana, Lemo and Endamehoni), located in the regions of Amhara, Oromia, Southern Nations Nationalities People (SNNP) and Tigray respectively. Data were collected from women farmers who participate in the Africa RISING project and those who did not participate in the project.

TAGS

africa, africa south of sahara, agricultural research, agriculture, data, design, east africa, empowerment, ethiopia, farmers, farming, farming systems, FOOD SECURITY, Gender, highlands, participation, processes, research, sustainable agriculture, systems, testing, and women

ACCESS RIGHTS

Open

LINKS

REFERS TO

Ethiopia and kebele

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