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Making Electoral Democracy Work

Stephenson, Laura (University Of Western Ontario); Blais, André (University Of Montreal); Bol, Damien (University College London); Kostelka, Filip (University Of Montreal)

Borneo-Sumatra SL Calculated Village Indicators

Ashwini Chhatre, Harry William Fischer & Paul Baraka
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/ZK8RGICalculated village level indicators for the FGD data collected in Borneo-Sumatra SL.

R Script for the Food Trees Project Socioeconomic, farm production and food tree species diversity and richness

Ken Njogu & Stepha McMullin
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/XIFZIER Script for the Food Trees Project Socioeconomic, farm production and food tree species diversity and richness: Preliminary data cleaning, development of indicators and data analysis

Western Amazon SL Calculated Village Indicators

Ashwini Chhatre, Harry William Fischer, Paul Baraka & Anja Gassner
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/WRU7BNCalculated village level indicators for the FGD data collected in Western Amazon SL

Food Trees Project Nutrition and Consumption Data

Stepha McMullin, Brenda Wekesa, Mary Ngendo & Ken Njogu
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/VWIJNGRaw Data for the Food Trees Project Nutrition and Consumption Data

West Africa SL Calculated Village Indicators

Ashwini Chhatre, Harry William Fischer, Paul Baraka & Anja Gassner
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/TJLQXACalculated village level indicators for the FGD data collected in West Africa SL.

Creating a viable business case for Croton production in Kenya for biofuels and related byproducts

Christine Magaju, Rodrigo Ciannella & Michael Jacobson
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/SJUSGYCreating a viable business case for Croton production in Kenya for biofuels and related byproducts requires an in-depth analysis of its supply chain and specifically its impact on rural livelihoods. A preliminary survey was carried out of Croton collectors and agents along with some cursory financial analysis in 2015. Results from the survey suggested numerous gaps in understanding the impacts on rural livelihoods and determining specific business case options for...

Baseline assessment of farmer groups in Solwezi Zambia

Joan Kimaiyo, Tanui Joseph, Kiptot Evelyne, Kegode Hilda, Patricia Masikati & Gillian Kabwe
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/OZPFLEThe aim of the baseline data collection was to understand the characteristics of the different farmer groups in project sites and to determine the strategy options for farmers groups available in the area for improved capacities. The census also acted a baseline before interventions to strengthening farmer groups so as to monitor any changes after project interventions.

Soil description and physical properties from farm productive land uses in the Nicaragua-Honduras Sentinel Landscape

Geovana Carreño-Rocabado
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/NSJOB4Complementary information to understand farm management into the project Trees on Farms in the Nicaragua-Honduras Sentinel Landscape. Data for soil characteristics from 90 farms of two Nicaraguan municipalities (La Dalia and Waslala) . Soil description was done for sampling arable soil layer of four land use types: pastureland, basic grains, coffee and cocoa plantations. Protocol of sampling methods and complementary material are available in Spanish as PDF documents.

Tree inventories and plant functional traits in coffee agroforestry systems of Hojancha - Costa Rica

Pablo A. Ruiz, Jenny C. Ordonez, Anabel Molina & Peter M. Bodegom
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/KGFUUAThis study was conducted in the Cantón of Hojancha in the Peninsula de Nicoya in Costa Rica. In the study area, 80 coffee plots belonging to 47 producers (located in the tropical forest between 500 and 800 m.s.n.m.) were surveyed. At each plot a transect 20 m x 50m (1000m2) was used to carry tree inventory. All trees with diameter at breast height (dbh)>10 cm were listed, as well as...

CAFHUT SL Calculated Village Indicators

Ashwini Chhatre, Harry William Fischer & Paul Baraka
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/JUFJCVCalculated village level indicators for the FGD data collected in CAFHUT SL.

Baseline assessment of farmer groups in Manafwa and Kapchorwa Uganda

Joan Kimaiyo, Tanui Joseph, Kiptot Evelyne, Kegode Hilda, Prossy Isubikalu & Joel Buyinza
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/JOIASRThe data collection aimed at understanding the characteristics of the different farmer groups in project sites and to determine the strategy options for farmers groups available in the area for improved capacities. The census also acted as a baseline before interventions to strengthening farmer groups so as to monitor any changes after project interventions.

Raw data for net income from bee-keeping in Lamu County, Kenya

Joshua Wafula, Grace Koech, Josephat Nyongesa, Keith Shepherd, Eike Leudeling & Jan De Leeuw
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/JNOEZMThe Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in its programme on biodiversity conservation partnered with the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) to implement biodiversity-based interventions along the Kenya-Somalia border. Investing in Honey Value Chains (HVC) for rural communities to conserve biodiversity was one of the key interventions for the programme. ICRAF commissioned a baseline survey in Witu and Awer (Lamu County) to collect information on variables such as the price of honey...

Baseline information data for the value Chain Innovation Platform Project (VIP4FS): Study undertaken in Manafwa and Kapchorwa districts of Uganda

Joan Kimaiyo, Oduol Judith, Kiptot Evelyne, Karl Hughes, Kegode Hilda, Prossy Isubikalu, Joel Buyinza, Fergus Sinclair, Mowo Jeremias & Alexandra Peralta
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/IPRPKEThe study aimed at providing useful information for understanding initial status of households in Manafwa and Kapchorwa District Uganda. The assessment reviewed farmers basic characteristics, farmer sources of income, land ownership, asset ownership and agricultural production of dairy, coffee and honey value chains. The three value chains of interest were pre-selected based on agreed upon criteria combined by the project team after extensive consultation with community understandings and preferences.

Replication Data for: Determinants of participation and intensity of participation in collective action: Evidence from smallholder avocado farmers in Kenya

Amos Gyau
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/IBSDQAAccess to markets is one important strategy which can assist smallholder farmers to move out of poverty. Collective action through farmers’ groups has been identified as a strategy to improve the participation of farmers in markets. The data was used to analyze the determinants of participation and intensity of participation of collective action in production and marketing of avocado in Kenya. Group participation and the intensity were modeled as a...

Food Trees Project Study Map: Laikipia, Kitui, Tharaka Nithi and Kwale

Ken Njogu, Eric Ngethe & Stepha McMullin
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/I0EIIRFood Trees Project Study Map: Laikipia, Kitui, Tharaka Nithi

Land health baseline data (LDSF), BRACED project, Chad

Ermias Aynekulu
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/HHOW5NBRACED project land health baseline data

Farmers’ local ecological knowledge of trees in coffee agroforestry systems in Nicaragua and Guatemala

Alan Heinze, Genevieve Lamond, Jenny C. Ordonez & F. Sinclair
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/EX9JVTFarmer's local knowledge on trees: coffee agroforestry systems in two Central American sites. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters in Sustainable Tropical Forestry, Bangor University. Two coffee growing regions in Nicaragua and Guatemala were explored through the use of local knowledge. Over 90 coffee farmers from each site were interviewed, their knowledge collected trough the use of the Agroecological Knowledge Toolkit (AKT5),...

Food Trees Project: Socio-economic data, food production data and food tree diversity and richness data

Ken Njogu, Mary Ngendo, Agnes Gachuiri, Eric Ngethe & Stepha McMullin
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/BTB1DSRaw Data for the Food Trees Project: Socioeconomic data, food production data and food tree diversity and richness data

Land and Soil Health Assessment in the Nile-Congo Sentinel Landscape

Tor-Gunnar Vågen, Clement Okia & Leigh Winowiecki
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/BOFN8BThe LDSF was carried out at two-100 km2 sites within the Nile-Congo Sentinel Landscape: Kericho in Kenya. 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 over time. Measured variables include: land cover, tree and shrub densities, tree biodiversity, erosion prevalence, infiltration capacity, along...

Replication Data for Soil macrofauna collected at LDSF Sentinel Sites

Edmundo Barrios
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/AGTMT2Soil macrofauna collected at 4 LDSF sentinel sites using the TSBF monolith method. Soil analyses conducted on monolith soil also included.

Awareness of Geographical Indications among Honey Consumers in Kenya

Amos Gyau
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/9NXIUXHoney sub-sector is faced with honey adulteration challenge, thereby negatively affecting economic returns because of consumers’ loss of trust. Geographical indicators (GI) labelling which provides means to trace the product could curb this problem. However, it is unknown whether consumers are aware of GI labelling. Using, data from a random sample of 522 urban consumers in Nairobi, Nakuru and Kitui counties in Kenya, it was found that only a third...

Baseline information data for the value Chain Innovation Platform Project (VIP4FS): Study undertaken Solwezi district Zambia

Joan Kimaiyo, Oduol Judith, Kiptot Evelyne, Karl Hughes, Hilda Kegode, Gillian Kabwe, Patricia Masikati, Jere Isaac, Alexandra Peralta, Mowo Jeremias & Fergus Sinclair
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/8H9AZEThe study aimed at providing useful information for understanding initial status of households in Solwezi District Zambia. The assessment reviewed farmers basic characteristics, farmer sources of income, land ownership, asset ownership and agricultural production of soya beans, Solwezi beans and Village chicken. The three value chains of interest were pre-selected based on agreed upon criteria combined by the project team after extensive consultation with community understandings and preferences.

Food Trees Project Data Collection Tools: Nutrition and Consumption

Stepha McMullin, Brenda Wekesa, Mary Ngendo & Ken Njogu
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/6P2R9LExcel Form used to author the survey in ODK for the Food Trees Project for the Nutrition and Consumption data

Probabilistic Causal Models for Nutrition Outcomes of Agricultural Actions - Uganda model

Eike Luedeling & Cory Whitney
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/6AAKJFThis dataset contains a Bayesian Network (BN) decision model of the expected impact of the long term development agenda of the Ugandan National Planning Authority (Vision 2040) on the nutritional status of households in Uganda. The model was developed using expert knowledge elicited through a facilitated process. The model compares the household-level nutrient supply through smallholder homegarden production vs. the industrial agricultural systems proposed in Vision 2040. It includes 29...

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