HT - SAS - Base-line household survey - Vietnam

Data and Resources

  • Household Baseline Database

    The Household Baseline Database.

    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 cleaning.

    Available formats

Download as XML (DDI V2.5)

Dataset metadata

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Created Friday 27th of March, 2015
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract **Humidtropics - Systems Analysis and Synthesis - Base-line household survey - Vietnam** This dataset contains household base-line data in Vietnam action sites that can be used for the development of typologies, farm simulation models and prepare impact assessments. **WARNING:** Data is still being reviewed and maybe changed 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 Nils Teufel
Partners ICRAF
Other researchers involved Collins Adoyo, Carlos Quiros, Aziz Karimov, Catherine Pfeiffer
Contact person Nils Teufel
Contact email N.Teufel@cgiar.org
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Data collected from 23/06/2014
Availability date 31/10/2015
License Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
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Project title Humidtropics (HT) - Systems Analysis and Synthesis (SAS)
Project abstract To characterise households, landscapes, institutions, markets and policies in the action areas to provide a starting point for monitoring change and to generate data for simulation and to support effective selection of interventions and target populations as as to enable effective evaluation, learning and impact assessment.
Project website http://humidtropics.cgiar.org/
Grant code CG12122
Donor Humidtropics
Start date 01/01/2013
End date 31/12/2015
Principal investigator Timothy Robinson
Other staff involved Jo Cadilhon, Nils Teufel, Peter Thorne, Keith Child, Mark van Wijk
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ILRI_actydataowner Humid Tropics, ILRI
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