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Although the different roles of men and women in agriculture in different parts of Sub-Saharan Africa have been widely acknowledged, there have not been consistent efforts to collect data on these patterns. This paper presents a way of classifying gendered farm management systems and then describes pilots of four different approaches to collecting and georeferencing information on the dominant pattern in each area.
This report presents the summary of the Methodology, Agricultural Households (Ag HHs) and holding Characteristics as well as Crop Area and Production reports.
This report presents the findings relating to area, production, yields and disposition of major crops.
This report presents the findings relating to some demographic and social economic characteristics of Agricultural households (Ag HHs), agricultural services, irrigation and water management, agricultural inputs, household food security as well as economic activities and sources of income.
This report, which is Volume V of the six series of statistical reports on Agriculture, presents
quantitative results on crop land area, production, and yield of major Belg crops, grown during
This report which is Volume VI of the seven series reports, presents quantitative information about the use of modern agricultural inputs for Belg season crops of 2008/09 (2001 E.C.) of the private pe
Data on crop and livestock product utilization were collected in the 2008/9 (2001
E.C.) Agricultural Sample Survey. Thus, for use in the sample survey taking, crop
The 2008/09 (2001 E.C) Agricultural Sample Survey was conducted to
furnish data on land utilization within the private peasant holdings for Meher season
of the same year.
As part of the 2008/09 (2001 E.C) Agricultural Sample Survey, data on fertilizer, improved seed, irrigation and pesticide applied area and volume of fertilizers and improved seeds used within the priv