ADA Nicaragua - Baseline Survey

Data and Resources

  • Survey Design & Sampling Protocol

    Survey Design & Sampling Protocol for the household survey

    Available formats

    DOCX this resource is private 5

  • Baseline Survey Database

    The Baseline Survey Database for ADA Nicaragua.

    Contains 421 households.

    WARNING: Data collection is on going. Data might change at any time.

    We remind users that data downloadable from the portal is for analysis ONLY. Any cleaning happening to these files WILL NOT affect the database. Errors and inconsistencies MUST be reported to the project staff in charge of data collection and cleaning.

    Available formats

Download as XML (DDI V2.5)

Dataset metadata

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Created Monday 30th of June, 2014
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract Increasing the productivity of dual-purpose cattle in Nicaragua through use of appropriate breed types and application of best husbandry practices. ADA Nicaragua seeks to identify factors constraining dual-purpose cattle production in Nicaragua and design and promote interventions that would sustainably improve their productivity. The database currently has 421 households. **WARNING:** Data collection is on going. Data might change at any time. We remind users that data downloadable from the portal is for analysis **ONLY**. Any cleaning happening to these files **WILL NOT** affect the database. Errors and inconsistencies **MUST** be reported to the project staff in charge of data collection and cleaning.
Principal investigator Julie Ojango
Partners ADA, CIAT, UNA Nicaragua, ILRI
Other researchers involved Rein Van der Hoek, Carlos Quiros, (others to be defined)
Contact person Julie Ojango
Contact email J.OJANGO@CGIAR.ORG
Groups
Commodities
Subjects
Agrovoc Tags
Regions
Countries
Sub-National Level
  • Camoapa
Data collected from 01/07/2014
License Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
Citation Not available yet
Acknowledgements Not available yet
Spatial area covered

Project metadata

Item Value
Project title Increasing the productivity of dual-purpose cattle in Nicaragua through use of appropriate breed types and application of best husbandry practices
Project abstract The project seeks to identify factors constraining dual-purpose cattle production in Nicaragua and design and promote interventions that would sustainably improve their productivity
Donor ADA, ILRI, CIAT
Partners ILRI, CIAT, UNA Nicaragua
Start date 01/07/2013
End date 31/07/2016
Principal investigator Julie Ojango
Other staff involved To be defined soon
Regions
Countries
Species
ILRI_actydataowner Julie Ojango
ILRI_actysharingagreement Not available yet
ILRI_actyusageconditions Not available yet