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SmaT-Scaling Questionnaires

Arinloye Ademonla
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/JZSEZPSmaT-Scaling Questionnaires

Ethiopia Baseline Survey

Karl Hughes, Judith Oduol & Sola Phosiso
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/K0DZA8This study contains baseline data that was collected in the Ethiopia site for the Drydev project.

Fruiting Africa Fruit Tree Inventories

Ken Njogu, Stepha McMullin, Christopher Mutunga, Loyce Jepkorir & Katja Kehlenbeck
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/J2BHWSFruiting Africa Fruit Tree Inventories - A subset of Baseline Survey

Replication Data for: Mbosso C Degrande A van Damme P Tsafack S Nimino G Tchoundjeu Z 2015 Gender differences in knowledge, perception and use of the Ricinodendron heudelotii kernel extraction machine

Charlie Mbosso
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/IHGMCOThis paper explores differences in knowledge, perception and use of a Ricinodendron heudelotii (njansang) extraction machine by women and men in Cameroon. With the view of designing a new technology that appropriately addresses the needs, concerns and interventions likely particularly to benefit women (the principal actors in processing of non-timber forest products), a survey was conducted with 81 households in five villages using a questionnaire. Results indicated that njansang processing...

Western Amazon SL Calculated Household Indicators

Brian Chiputwa, Parmutia Makui, Paul Baraka & Anja Gassner
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/IC2L9JCalculated household indicators for the Western Amazon sentinel landscape

West Africa SL Calculated Household Indicators

Brian Chiputwa, Parmutia Makui, Paul Baraka & Anja Gassner
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/HNIZ3ICalculated household indicators for the West Africa sentinel landscape

Replication data for: The Balance of Power in Household Decision-Making: Encouraging News on Gender in Southern Sulawesi

C.J.P Colfer, R Achdiawan, J.M Roshetko, E Mulyoutami, L Yuliani, A Mulyana, M Moeliono, H Adnan & Erni
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/HND9YCAnalyses of intra-household decision-making in Sulawesi are linked to gender issues shown to affect involvement in landscape management. These include agriculture, food, money, life chances, and attitudes toward domestic violence. The picture portrayed is encouraging, showing the social sophistication of a group often marginalized: This group shows considerable female involvement in decision-making and strongly democratic elements. We identify three issues that need greater attention—for equitable landscape management to result: women’s...

CAFHUT Household Baseline

Patrice Levang, Duplex Noumbissi, François Manga Essouma, Françoise Ngono, Claude Tatuebu Tagne, Denis Sonwa, Fredrick Nkeumoe, Paul Baraka, Anja Gassner, Parmutia Makui & Brian Chiputwa
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/FNVTBDThis study consists of sex-disaggregated data and other related materials generated as part of the Sentinel Landscapes Network household survey baseline in CAFHUT sentinel site in Cameroon. A total of 935 households were surveyed on May, June, August and December 2014, November and December 2015, January 2016 from 38 villages namely: Mbang_2, Nkolmveng, Ndelle, Yebe, Mekouma, Ngoumesseng, Nsan_Ii, Bifos, Niamvoudou, Abeng_Nnam, Ngola Baka, Kongo, Ngola Nzime, Achip_2, Eschiambor, Moanguele_Bosquet, Nemeyong_Iii,...

Land and Soil Health Assessment in the Western Ghats Sentinel Landscape

Guddappa M. Devagiri, Leigh Winowiecki, Tor-Gunnar Vagen, D. Ravikumar, Khaple Anilkumar, Sunil Londhe, Javed Rizvi, Pal Singh, Sanjay Tomar, C.G. Kushalappa, Maruti Gurav, M. Anand, B. Anithraj & Shashi Mishra
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/EXNRR8The LDSF was carried out at two-100 km2 sites within the Western Ghats Sentinel Landscape in India: Madikeri, Amrutha, Kupaddy, Nilgris. Field teams were trained by Leigh Winowiecki and Tor-Gunnar Vågen in 2013 and field surveys were completed in 2016. The LDSF is a spatially stratified, randomized sampling design, developed to provide a biophysical baseline at landscape level and a monitoring and evaluation framework for assessing processes of land degradation...

Fruiting Africa Endline Consumption and Nutrition Survey

Ken Njogu, Stepha McMullin, Brendah Wekesa, Rono Meda & Katja Kehlenbeck
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/F1INMDFruiting Africa Consumption and Nutrition Endline Survye

Building Biocarbon and Rural Development in West Africa (BIODEV), WP1.4

Sari Pitkänen, Javier Arevalo & Yohama Puentes-Rodriguez
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/DZQ3AQThe Building Biocarbon and Rural Development in West Africa Programme aims to demonstrate the multiple developmental and environmental wins that result from a high value biocarbon approach to climate change and variability in large landscapes principally in Mali, Sierra Leone and Guinea. The Programme will also build local institutions and capacity to be able to sustain the benefits in the sites and will establish linkages with related initiatives to jointly...

Fruiting Africa Focus Group Discussions

Ken Njogu, Stepha McMullin, Esther Karanja & Katja Kehlenbeck
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/DIFNO3Fruiting Africa Focus Group Discussions - we involves the groups in our baseline study

SmaT-Scaling Baseline data

Arinloye Ademonla
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/CMENUOSmat-Scaling Baseline data

CAFHUT Village Baseline

Patrice Levang, Duplex Noumbissi, François Manga Essouma, Françoise Ngono, Claude Tatuebu Tagne, Paul Baraka, Denis Sonwa, Fredrick Nkeumoe, Anja Gassner, Parmutia Makui & Brian Chiputwa
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/CF1BGQThis study consists of village level baseline data and other related materials generated as part of the ‘Sentinel Landscapes’ initiative. The village level baseline data was collected using four survey protocols designed by the International Forest Resources and Institutions (IFRI). The data collected is used to understand the relationship between communities, local governance and forests. Four IFRI protocols were used for this purpose: (i) Forest Form (ii) Settlement Form (iii)...

Mau Forest Village Level Baseline

Paul Baraka, Clement Okia, Brian Chiputwa, Permutia Makui, Anja Gassner & Anne Kuria
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/CAHZHJThis study consists of village level baseline data and other related materials generated as part of the ‘Sentinel Landscapes’ initiative. The village level baseline data was collected using four survey protocols designed by the International Forest Resources and Institutions (IFRI). The data collected is used to understand the relationship between communities, local governance and forests. Four IFRI protocols were used for this purpose: (i) Forest Form (ii) Settlement Form (iii)...

Replication data for: Aboveground carbon stocks in oil palm plantations and the threshold for carbon-neutral vegetation conversion on mineral soils

Nimatul Khasanah, Meine Van Noordwijk & H Ningsih
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/BXRB2RThe carbon (C) footprint of palm-oil production is needed to judge emissions from potential biofuel use. Relevance includes wider sustainable palm oil debates. Within life cycle analysis, aboveground C debt is incurred if the vegetation replaced had a higher C stock than oil palm plantations. Our study included 25 plantations across Indonesia, in a stratified study design representing the range of conditions in which oil palm is grown. From allometric...

Carbon neutral? No change in mineral soil carbon stock under oil palm plantations derived from forest or non-forest in Indonesia. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. (2015). http://dx.doi.org/10.1015/j.agee.2015.06.0009

Nimatul Khasanah, Meine Van Noordwijk, H Ningsih & S Rahayu
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/BNFMONSustainability criteria for palm oil production guide new planting towards non-forest land cover on mineral soil, avoiding carbon debts caused by forest and peat conversion. Effects on soil carbon stock (soil Cstock) of land use change trajectories from forest and non-forest to oil palm on mineral soils include initial decline and subsequent recovery, however modeling efforts and life-cycle accounting are constrained by lack of comprehensive data sets; only few case...

Fruiting Africa Baseline Survey - Tools and Datasets

Ken Njogu, Stepha McMullin & Katja Kehlenbeck
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/B9Q2XAFruiting Africa Baseline Survey - Tools and Datasets

Nicaragua-Honduras Calculated Household Indicators

Brian Chiputwa, Parmutia Makui, Paul Baraka & Anja Gassner
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/B1JNB3Calculated household indicators for the Nicaragua-Honduras sentinel landscape.

Mango Value Chain Study in Machakos County

Ken Njogu, Stepha McMullin, Geoffrey Ndegwa, Eric Ngethe, Miyuki Iiyama & Katja Kehlenbeck
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/ATZP8EMango Value Chain Study in Machakos County

Replication Data for: Genetic variation and clines in growth and survival of Prosopis africana from Burkina Faso and Niger: comparing results and conclusions from a nursery test and a long-term field test in Niger

John C. Weber, Carmen Sotelo Montes, Antoine Kalinganire, Tougiani Abasse & Mahamane Larwanou
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/ANGAPDRural communities in West Africa value Prosopis africana for its wood and other essential products and environmental services. The climate is becoming hotter and drier with more variable rainfall, so it is important to identify provenances that are better adapted to a hotter, drier climate. Some tree improvement research programs use nursery tests to identify better adapted provenances, but are conclusions comparable to those from field tests? We analyzed data...

TAKING TO SCALE TREE-BASED ECOSYSTEM APPROACHES THAT ENHANCE FOOD SECURITY, IMPROVE RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND SEQUESTER CARBON IN RWANDA

Athanase Mukuralinda, Miyuki Iiyama, Jean Damascene Ndayambaje, Alain Ndoli, Bernard Musana, Jeremias G. Mowo, Dennis P. Garrity & Fergus Sinclair
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/AEFX7BThe socio-economic data collected from 12 sites (6 agroecological zones x 2 sites with contrasting adoption of agroforestry practices ) to highlight drivers, enabling conditions and mechanisms of agroforestry adoption at scale in Rwanda

Replication data for: Preparing the ground for better landscape governance: gendered realities in southern Sulawesi

C.J. Colfer, R Achdiawan, H Adnan, M Moeliono, A Mulyana, E Mulyoutami, J.M Roshetko, E.L Yuliani & LepMil Balang
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/A07QFAIn recognition of the importance of effective and equitable governance at the landscape scale in enhancing human and environmental well-being, we use a recently developed framework for assessing men’s and women’s involvement in local governance. These results set the stage for an ongoing examination of the success of the AgFor project in southern Sulawesi in achieving this goal. Our findings establish a baseline on gender and governance in five communities...

Land and Soil Health Assessment in the Borneo-Sumatra Sentinel Landscape

Yves Laumonier, Selly Kharisma, Ni’matul Khasanah, Akhmad Luthfi Afdholullail, Atiek Widayati, Leigh Winowiecki & Tor-Gunnar Vagen
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/9O6DDCThe LDSF was carried out at four-100 km2 sites within the Borneo-Sumatra Sentinel Landscape: Soralangun Sarolangun (SRG) and Merangin in Sumatra lead by ICRAF and Mentebah and Batang Lupar in Kalimantan (Borneo) led by CIFOR. The LDSF is a spatially stratified, randomized sampling design, developed to provide a biophysical baseline at landscape level and a monitoring and evaluation framework for assessing processes of land degradation and effectiveness of rehabilitation measures...

Encuesta de Preferencia de Productos Locales de Consumidores en un Mercado de Abastos Cusco, Peru/Survey Results of Consumer Preference for Local Goods in a Wet Market in Cusco, Peru

Trent Blare, Jason Donovan, Cesar Del Pozo, Daniela Yepez & Virginia Cáceres
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/8WEKKVResultados de 300 entrevistas de consumidores en el mercado Wanchaq, Cusco, Perú para entender sus preferencias para productos locales. La encuesta incluye un experimento de escoger para determina el valor que consumidores ponen en productos locales (manzanas, aguacates, y peras). Results form 300 interviews with consumers in the Wanchaq market in Cusco, Peru to understand consumers' preferences for local products. The survey includes a choice experiment to determine value that...

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