Data for Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) for Vegetable Technologies in Babati Tanzania, 2015

This data study contains cost-benefit analysis data for different vegetable technologies.

About the project Project title: AfricaRISING- Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume-Livestock Integrated Farming Systems in East and Southern Africa Project abstract Sustainable intensification of mixed crop livestock systems is a key pathway towards better food security, improved livelihoods, and a healthy environment. As part of the US government’s Feed the Future initiative to address hunger and food security issues in sub-Saharan Africa, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) is supporting three multi-stakeholder agricultural research projects to sustainably intensify key African farming systems. In East and Southern Africa, the project is being implemented in Tanzania and Malawi, and Zambia. In Tanzania, the project is being implemented in Babati and Kongwadistricts in Manyara region of northern Tanzania and Kiteto district in Dodoma region, central Tanzania. The action sites were selected to acknowledge agroecological differences, allow appropriate targeting of technologies and strategies, and complement the development efforts of another USAID-supported program, the Tanzania Staples Value Chain (NAFAKA) project. In Malawi, the project is being implemented in Ntechu and Dedza districts in central Malawi where maize-based productions systems are dominant. Agroecological considerations guided the identification of research action sites. The pilot site for the study will be Eastern and Lusaka provinces in Zambia. Project website: http://africa-rising.net Project start date:01/01/2012 Project end date : 30/09/2016

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Creator World Vegetable Center (AVRDC)
Creator ID Type Not Applicable
Creator ID Not Applicable
Subject Vocab VEGETABLES,SURVEYS,TANZANIA,EAST AFRICA,AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA,AFRICA
Subject(s) Africa RISING,AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,SOCIAL SCIENCES
Publisher Harvard Dataverse
Contributor Person Afari-Sefa, Victor (World Vegetable Center (AVRDC)),Ochieng, Justus (World Vegetable Center (AVRDC)),Lukumay, Philipo Joseph (World Vegetable Center (AVRDC)),Dominick, Inviolate (World Vegetable Center (AVRDC)),Coyne, Danny (International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)),United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Contributor Project Lead Organisation Center International Institute of Tropical Agriculture(IITA)
Contributor Project Lead Center Not Applicable
Contributor CRP Not Applicable
Contributor Partner Not Applicable
Contributor Donor United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Contributor Project AfricaRising
Contributor Affiliation Not Applicable
Open-Access status Open Access
Production Date 2016-10-11
Embargo End Date 2016-10-11
Content Type Dataset
File Format Text
Identifier Type DOI
Identifier http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/GQGQR6
Identifier Citation World Vegetable Center (AVRDC),2016-10-11,Data for Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) for Vegetable Technologies in Babati Tanzania, 2015 ,https://dataverse.harvard.edu/dataverse/AfricaRISING,1.0,http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/GQGQR6
Source None
Language English
Relation None
Agroecological Zone Not Applicable
Coverage Region Not Applicable
Coverage country Tanzania, United Republic of
Coverage Admin Unit Not Applicable,
Coverage X Not Applicable
Coverage Y Not Applicable
Coverage Start Date 2014-09-27
Coverage End Date 2014-09-27
Contact Victor Afari-Sefa ;World Vegetable Center (AVRDC)
Contact Email victor.afari-sefa@worldveg.org
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Rights NONE; IFPRI DATAVERSE TERMS OF USE By using this website and any of the materials made available through it, you agree to abide by the Terms of Use of IFPRI Dataverse. The datasets and documents in this study are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. ;victor.afari-sefa@worldveg.org