Food Demand and Individual Dietary Diversity and Women’s Empowerment in Livestock Index in Tanzania

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    WELI and Anthrop Study Database

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Dataset metadata

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Created Wednesday 9th of September, 2015
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract The WELI is a survey that covers some key indicators of empowerment in relation to dairy development in Tanzania. The aim is to assess changes in women empowerment over time and relate this to the nutrition status of the household members (the nutrition survey.
Principal investigator Isabelle Baltenweck, Paula Dominguez, Galie Alessandra, Amy Webb
Partners Emory University
Other researchers involved Barasa Violet, Raskind Ilana, Githinji Julius, Adoyo Collins
Contact person Eunice Kariuki
Contact email E.KARIUKI@CGIAR.ORG
Commodities
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Agrovoc Tags
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Sub-National Level
  • Lushoto
  • Handeni
  • Kilosa
  • Mvomero
Data collected from 01/07/2015
Availability date 31/12/2016
License Creative Commons Non-Commercial (Any)
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
Citation ILRI (2015). 2015 FOOD DEMAND AND INDIVIDUAL DIETARY DIVERSITY AND WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT IN LIVESTOCK INDEX IN TANZANIA
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Project metadata

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Project title More milk by and for the poor: Adapting dairy market hubs for pro-poor smallholder value chains in Tanzania
Project abstract The MoreMilkiT project aims to achieve inclusive growth and reduced poverty and vulnerability among people with dairy- dependent livelihoods in selected rural areas in Tanzania. The project is primarily targeted at pre-commercial marginalized smallholder cattle-keeping men and women who do not currently participate fully in dairy value chains
Project website http://moremilkit.wikispaces.com/
Grant code IRE006
Donor Irish Aid
Partners Sokoine University of Agriculture, Faida Market Link, Heifer International (Tanzania), Tanzania Dairy Board
Start date 31/01/2012
End date 31/12/2016
Principal investigator Amos Omore
Other staff involved Isabelle Baltenweck
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ILRI_actydataowner ILRI
ILRI_actysharingagreement An agreement is necessary for confidential data
ILRI_actyusageconditions Non-commercial usage only