IMPACT Lite - Lushoto

Data and Resources

  • IMPACT Lite - Lushoto Tanzania Database Public

    Public Database of Impact Lite - Lushoto Tanzania

    The following fields are confidential in this dataset

    Table: mainsurveyinfo (General Household Information)

    • latcard (Latitude cardinal)
    • latdeg (Latitude degrees)
    • latmin (Latitude minutes)
    • longcard (Logitude cardinal)
    • longdeg (Longitude degrees)
    • longmin (Longitude minutes)
    • hheadname (Name of household head)
    • resp1name (Name of respondent)
    • resp2name (Name of second respondent (if applicable))
    • sublocation (Sub-location)
    • village (Village)

    Available formats

  • CSPro Tool

    CSPro Data Collection Tool

    Available formats

    ZIP 3

  • Data Collection Instrument

    Data Collection Sheets - Lushoto Site

    Available formats

    PDF 6

  • Data Dictionary

    The Data Dictionary maps the different tables and columns of the database to the paper survey.

    Available formats

    PDF 2

  • IMPACT Lite Training Manual

    This document contains useful information for implementing IMPACT Lite on the field. It covers general information about the scope of IMPACT Lite, sampling guidance, detail information on each module and their variables, data collection tips and examples.

    Available formats

    PDF 1

  • Data Quality Summary

    This document summarizes the key data quality issues with the IMPACT Lite survey data in all sites.

    Available formats

    PDF 2

Download as XML (DDI V2.5)

Dataset metadata

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Created Tuesday 15th of April, 2014
Last updated Friday 6th of July, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract The Integrated Modelling Platform for Mixed Animal Crop systems (IMPACT) was developed to encourage data sharing by using standard protocols, and allowing tools to be linked to facilitate evaluations of various farming systems. There was however a need to further improve the tool, to make it easier and more effective to use, as it took considerable time to complete an interview. With this in mind, CCAFS (http://ccafs.cgiar.org/) commissioned the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) the task to redesign IMPACT into a lighter tool for household characterization (IMPACT Lite). IMPACT Lite helps capture the diversity of farming activities and characterize the main agricultural production systems. It is really useful to anyone with the ambition to better understand farmers' production systems and their dynamics. This dataset contains 200 households form the Lushoto Site.
Principal investigator Silvia Silvestri
Other researchers involved Carlos Quiros, Mutie Ianetta, Nicholas Ndiwa, Anthony N'dungu (ICRAF),Rufino Mariana (now at CIFOR), Mario Herrero (now at CSIRO), Kiplimo Jasper
Contact person Mark Van Wijk
Contact email M.VanWijk@cgiar.org
Custodian Mark Van Wijk
Custodian email M.VanWijk@cgiar.org
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Sub-National Level
  • Lushoto
Data collected from 12/01/2012
Availability date 31/01/2014
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
Citation Silvestri, Silvia; Rufino, Mariana; Quiros, Carlos F.; Douxchamps, Sabine; Teufel, Nils; Singh, Dhiraj; Mutie, Ianetta; Ndiwa, Nicholas; Ndungu, Anthony; Kiplimo, Jasper; Herrero, Mario, 2014, "Impact Lite Dataset - Lushoto".
Acknowledgements We would like to aknwoledge that we used IMPACTlite dataset for this study. IMPACTlite was implemented through the support of CRP7 (CCAFS - Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security) under the leadership of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
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Project metadata

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Project title IMPACT Lite
Project abstract Collection of data at household level in 13 benchmark CCAFS sites
Donor CCAFS
Partners ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute ), Nairobi, Kenya; IWMI (International Water Management Institute), Ougadougou, Burkina Faso; ICRISAT, ICRAF (World Agroforestry center), Kisumu, Kenya; INRAN (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique du Niger), Nyamei, Niger; NARES (National agricultural research and extension services), Ghana; ISRA (Institut Sénégalais de Recherches Agricoles, Dakar, Senegal), INERA (Environment and agricultural research institute, Ougadogou, Burkina Faso; IER (Institut d’Economie Rurale), Bamako, Mali; IITA (International Institute of Tropical Agriculture), Kampala, Uganda; SARI (Selian Agricultural Research Institute), MARIL (Managing risk for improved livelihood), Addis Abeba, Ethiopia; Maseno University, Kenya; Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) of Bamako, Mali; Savanna Agricultural Research Institute, Wa, Upper West Region, Ghana; ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute), New Delhi, India; Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) theme 4 and regional officies.
Start date 01/01/2011
End date 31/01/2014
Principal investigator Silvia Silvestri
Other staff involved Sabine Douxchamps, Nils Teufel, Dirhaj Singh, Carlos Quiros, Mutie Ianetta, Nicholas Ndiwa, Mark van Wijk, Anthony N'dungu (ICRAF),Rufino Mariana (now at CIFOR), Mario Herrero (now at CSIRO), Kiplimo Jasper
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