Baseline survey on household and farmer organization in Bougouni and Koutiala
Data and Resources
|Friday 6th of March, 2015
|Friday 6th of July, 2018
|The survey activities concerned farmer organizations and focused on their activities. This was mainly to know their working methods especially in water and land management. The ultimate goal is to identify major improvements that can be made to existing water and land management methods and/or to propose new technologies. The second part of survey focus on household, farmers’ way of life, family members, property and income-generating activities through agriculture and livestock. The main objective is to know the habits of the peasant agriculture, livestock and to eventually propose new technologies.
|Birhanu Zemadim (PhD) Scientist: Land and Water Management
|Other researchers involved
|Dr Eva Weltzien, Mary Ollengurger, Dr John N'Zungize, Dr Monica Petrie (ICRISAT/Mali)
|Birhanu Zemadim, Cedrick Guedessou
|Data collected from
|2014-08-11 to 2014-09-05
|Creative Commons Attribution
|Release of confidential data?
|Baseline survey on household and farmer organization in Bougouni and Koutiala
|Birhanu Zemadim, Cedrick Guedessou, Sidi Touré.
|Sustainable Intensification of Key Farming Systems in the Sudano-Sahelian Zone of West Africa
|As part of the Feed the Future Initiative, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is supporting an innovative multi-stakeholder agricultural research program, the Africa Research in Sustainable Intensification for the Next Generation (Africa RISING). The program’s main objective is to identify and validate scalable options for the sustainable intensification of key African cereal-based farming systems to increase food production and improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers and at the same time conserve or improve the natural resource base.
|United States Agency for International Development
|ICRAF, AVRDC, ILRI, IFPRI, IITA, AMEDD, AMASSA, MOBIOM
|Birhanu Zemadim Birhanu (PhD) Scientist: Land and Water Management
|Other staff involved
|Dr Eva Weltzien, Mary Ollengurger, Dr John N’Zungize, Dr Monica Petrie (ICRISAT/Mali)