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Determinants and Food Security Impacts of Small-Scale ...

Determinants and Food Security Impacts of Small-Scale Irrigation in Ethiopia Moges Dessale* Department of Agricultural Economics, Wollo University, Dessie, Ethiopia Abstract Ethiopia is principally an agronomic country with the vast majority of it people directly or indirectly involved in agriculture. Agriculture in the country is regularly small-scale rainfall reliant, traditional and ...

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Determinants and food security impacts of small-scale ...

Agriculture in the country is regularly small-scale rainfall reliant, traditional and survival farming with limited access to technology and institutional support services. The objective of this review was to review determinants of Small-scale irrigation participation and its impact on house hold food security. The review indicates that a much higher proportion of those who are poor are

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Determinants and Food Security Impacts of Small-Scale ...

18/01/2021  PDF Ethiopia is principally an agronomic country with the vast majority of it people directly or indirectly involved in agriculture. Agriculture in...

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Determinants of seasonal food security among

29/11/2018  Food security is threatened by deteriorating soil quality and declining crop yields in Uganda and throughout Africa where a majority of the population relies on small-scale farming for its livelihood. To understand these dynamics, this study investigates the relationships among soil quality, crop yields, socioeconomic factors (independent variables), and food security

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Determinants of small-scale farmers’ choice ... - Springer

change and determinants of small-scale households’ choices of coping and adaptation approach to climate variability and change in Vhembe District, South Africa. Multi nominal logit model was used on a surveyed of 224 local farmers. Farmers’ socio-eco-nomic attributes, was used in response to climate changes and further, households have adaptation strategies both

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Determinants of SARS-CoV-2 Impacts on Small-Scale ...

hoods and fostering food security [1]. In particular, small-scale chicken raising is practiced by most rural households throughout developing countries for several reasons [2]. First, chickens lay eggs at the age of 6 months and are raised on short cycles. Second, chicken production systems require low levels of input and are efficient at converting feed into high-quality animal-source

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Determinants of small-scale farmers’ choice ... - Springer

change and determinants of small-scale households’ choices of coping and adaptation approach to climate variability and change in Vhembe District, South Africa. Multi nominal logit model was used on a surveyed of 224 local farmers. Farmers’ socio-eco-nomic attributes, was used in response to climate changes and further, households have adaptation strategies both

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Small-scale farming and food security: the enabling role ...

Small-scale farming and food security: the enabling role of cash transfers in South Africa’s former homelands¤ Dieter von Fintelyand Louw Pienaarz November 10, 2016 Abstract Cash transfers successfully alleviate poverty in many developing coun-tries. South Africa is a case in point, implementing one of the largest unconditional cash transfer programmes internationally,

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Status and determinants of small farming households' food ...

27/10/2017  Introduction. Food security is a complex phenomenon and may be seen as an integration of three core dimensions i.e. food availability, accessibility and utilization [] The problem of food insecurity is not only caused by insufficient supply of food, but also due to the lack of purchasing power and access at national and household levels.Therefore, despite

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DETERMINANTS OF HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY AND ... -

determinants of household food security in the study area. Concepts and Definitions of Food Security Concern with food security can be traced back to the world food crisis of 1972-74 - and beyond that at least to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, which recognized the right to food as a core element of an adequate level of living. Food security as a concept

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Food security: Pillars, Determinants ... - Public Health Notes

29/07/2018  Food security: Pillars, Determinants and Factors Affecting It. July 29, 2018 Sandesh Adhikari Nutrition 0. What is Food Security? Food security “exists when all people, at all times, have physical, social and economic access to sufficient safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.” – FAO, 1996;

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Economic and food security effects of small-scale ...

Small-scale irrigation (SSI) technologies can be useful not only to increase crop productivity and income but also as a viable adaptation practice to climate variability. A farm simulation model (FARMSIM) and data from selected SSI technologies piloted in northern Ghana under the ‘Feed the Future-Innovation Lab for Small Scale Irrigation’ (ILSSI) project were used to assess the

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FOOD SECURITY IN PORTUGAL SOCIOECONOMIC

This work uses household data to analyse the determinants of food insecurity in Portugal, between 2004 and 2012, as well as the causal relationship between the production of goods for own- consumption and food security. It is shown that own-production has a positive impact on food security. Moreover, the financial crisis of 2008 did not negatively affect food security.

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Prevalence, Determinants, and Effects of Food Insecurity ...

While there are some studies on the experience of some migrant groups (and other subpopulations), little is known about food security amon Prevalence, Determinants, and Effects of Food Insecurity among Middle Eastern and North African Migrants and Refugees in High-Income Countries: A Systematic Review Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 Oct

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Food Insecurity and its Determinants

! 5! (ii) National level food security is based on a similar comparison of aggregate supplies and aggregate requirements at the national level, but of course the observed outcomes are a consequence of policies adopted. (iii) Household level food security refers to having access to adequate food at all times, roughly along the lines of the World Food Summit definition.

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Determinants of Small-Scale Irrigation Use and its Effect ...

Determinants of Small-Scale Irrigation Use and its Effect on Household Food Security in Mirab Abaya Woreda, Southern Ethiopia Masresha Tadesse, Tesfaye Samuel, Agidew Abebe* Department of Rural Development and Agricultural Extension, College of Agricultural Sciences Arba Minch University, Arba Minch, Ethiopia 1. INTRODUCTION Majority of Ethiopia’s farmers

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Determinants of SARS-CoV-2 Impacts on Small-Scale ...

hoods and fostering food security [1]. In particular, small-scale chicken raising is practiced by most rural households throughout developing countries for several reasons [2]. First, chickens lay eggs at the age of 6 months and are raised on short cycles. Second, chicken production systems require low levels of input and are efficient at converting feed into high-quality animal-source

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Impact of small-scale irrigation on household food ...

18/07/2021  In analyzing the impact of small scale irrigation on food security, we have used calorie intake, crop harvest and consumption both from own production and bought from the sale of the crop harvest produced through irrigation as an indicator of food security. The study has found that participation in irrigation is positively determined by age, education, land size,

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DETERMINANTS OF HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY AND ... -

determinants of household food security in the study area. Concepts and Definitions of Food Security Concern with food security can be traced back to the world food crisis of 1972-74 - and beyond that at least to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, which recognized the right to food as a core element of an adequate level of living. Food security as a concept

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Determinants of small-scale farmers’ participation in ...

Abstract: This study attempted to investigate the determinants of small-scale farmers’ participation decision and intensity of participation in the fruits (apple and mango) value chains in the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia. Using a multi-stage sampling procedure, 384 growers were selected at random to participate in the survey. A structured household survey was the main

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The Impact of Small Scale Irrigation on Household Food ...

The Impact of Small Scale Irrigation on Household Food Security: The Case of Filtino and Godino Irrigation Schemes in Ada Liben District, East Shoa, Ethiopia Abonesh Tesfaye1, Ayalneh Bogale2, Regassa E. Namara3 1Ministry of Water Resources, 2Haramaya University, 3IWMI-Acra [email protected] Abstract Irrigated production is far from satisfactory in the country. The

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Prevalence, Determinants, and Effects of Food Insecurity ...

While there are some studies on the experience of some migrant groups (and other subpopulations), little is known about food security amon Prevalence, Determinants, and Effects of Food Insecurity among Middle Eastern and North African Migrants and Refugees in High-Income Countries: A Systematic Review Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 Oct

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Economic and food security effects of small-scale ...

Small-scale irrigation (SSI) technologies can be useful not only to increase crop productivity and income but also as a viable adaptation practice to climate variability. A farm simulation model (FARMSIM) and data from selected SSI technologies piloted in northern Ghana under the ‘Feed the Future-Innovation Lab for Small Scale Irrigation’ (ILSSI) project were used to assess the

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Food Insecurity and its Determinants

! 5! (ii) National level food security is based on a similar comparison of aggregate supplies and aggregate requirements at the national level, but of course the observed outcomes are a consequence of policies adopted. (iii) Household level food security refers to having access to adequate food at all times, roughly along the lines of the World Food Summit definition.

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Food insecurity and its determinants - Wiley Online Library

18/09/2014  The food security literature emphasizes the distinction between the availability of food, meaning aggregate supplies available for final consumption, per capita, and access to food, meaning the capacity of households to purchase that food. These two variables are used in equation (3) as explanatory variables for changes in undernourishment. Availability of food is

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