LIVES - Baseline Socio-economic Survey

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Created Thursday 17th of December, 2015
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract LIVES is an initiative designed by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and their national partners to build upon the success of the Canadian International Development Agency-funded project, Improving Productivity and Market Success of Smallholders in Ethiopia (IPMS). This dataset contains the household baseline Socio-economic survey.
Principal investigator Gebremedhin, B.
Principal investigator email b.gebremedhin@cgiar.org
Partners ILRI, IWMI, MoA, EIAR, RARIs
Contact person Aklilu Bogale
Contact email a.bogale@cgiar.org
Custodian Dr. Berhanu Gebremedhin
Custodian email b.gebremedhin@cgiar.org
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Sub-National Level
  • Amhara
  • Oromia
  • Tigray
  • SNNPR
Data collected from 15/09/2012
Data collected to 30/08/2013
Availability date 17/12/2015
License cc-by-nc-sa
Release of confidential data? Yes
Consent obtained? No
Intellectual Property Ownership International Livestock Research Institute
Citation Gebremedhin, B. (2015). LIVES - Baseline Socio-economic Survey. International Livestock Research Institute. Available at http://data.ilir.org/portal/dataset/lives-baseline, retrieved on (add date here)
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Project title Livestock and Irrigation Value-chains for Ethiopian Smallholders (LIVES)
Project abstract LIVES is an initiative designed by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and their national partners to build upon the success of the Canadian International Development Agency-funded project, Improving Productivity and Market Success of Smallholders in Ethiopia (IPMS). Since 2005, IPMS has helped to create in its pilot areas an enabling environment in which the public sector, smallholder farmers and private-sector agents are empowered to increase the production and productivity of crops and livestock through participatory, market-oriented development. The successes resulted from applying innovation systems approaches to identify and exploit opportunities in commodity value chains. LIVES will not only build on these lessons but also introduce new approaches and interventions, and will scale up and out, focusing on a more limited number of value chains, and emphasizing the development of sustained capacity that will continue to have impact beyond the life of the project.
Project website http://www.ilri.org/node/1215
Grant code CID006
Donor Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development of Canada
Partners ILRI, IWMI, MoA, EIAR, RARIs
Start date 15/04/2012
End date 30/03/2018
Principal investigator Dr. Azage Tegegne
Other staff involved Dr. Berhanu Gebremedhin
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