Data for Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) for Vegetable technologies in Babati Tanzania 2015

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Created Tuesday 15th of November, 2016
Last updated Friday 6th of July, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract Estimating the yield and economic performance of participatory evaluated elite vegetable cultivars within intensified farming systems in Tanzania
How this dataset could be used by others The data contains cost benefit analysis data for different vegetable technologies
Principal investigator Victor Afari-Sefa
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Partners IITA, WorldVeg (AVRDC), CIAT, CIMMYT, World Agroforestry Center, IFPRI, ICRISAT, ILRI
Other researchers involved Justus Ochieng, Philipo Joseph Lukumay, Inviolate Dominick and Danny Coyne
Contact person Victor Afari-Sefa, Justus Ochieng
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Custodian Victor Afari-Sefa
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Data collected from 20/09/2014
Data collected to 15/10/2015
Availability date 11/10/2016
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No

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Project title AfricaRISING - Sustainable intensification of maize-legume-livestock integrated farming systems in East and Southern Africa
Project abstract Sustainable intensification of mixed crop livestock systems is a key pathway towards better food security, improved livelihoods and a healthy environment. As part of the US government’s Feed the Future initiative to address hunger and food security issues in sub-Saharan Africa, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) is supporting three multi-stakeholder agricultural research projects to sustainably intensify key African farming systems. In East and Southern Africa the project is being implemented in Tanzania and Malawi, and Zambia. - In Tanzania the project is being implemented in Babati and Kongwadistricts in Manyara region of northern Tanzania and Kiteto district in Dodoma region, central Tanzania. The action sites were selected to acknowledge agroecological differences, allow appropriate targeting of technologies and strategies, and complement the development efforts of another USAID-supported program, the Tanzania Staples Value Chain (NAFAKA) project. - In Malawi, the project is being implemented in Ntechu and Dedza districts in central Malawi where maize-based productions systems are dominant. Agroecological considerations guided the identification of research action sites. - The pilot site for the study will be Eastern and Lusaka Provinces in Zambia.
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Grant code AfricaRISING Policy
Donor United States Agency for International Development
Partners WorldVeg, IITA, CIAT and ILRI
Start date 01/01/2012
End date 30/09/2016
Principal investigator Victor Afari-Sefa
Other staff involved Justus Ochieng, Philipo Joseph Lukumay, Inviolate Dominick and Danny Coyne