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Crop Response Tool

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: January, 2012

This is a selection of management input scenarios and simulated crop responses for maize, rice, sorghum, wheat, groundnut, soybean, bean, cassava, potato, and yams.

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Domain Reporter

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: January, 2012

Browse and download HarvestChoice spatial data layers for sub-Saharan Africa. Statistics are shown for all countries and level-1 administrative units.

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Crop Reporter

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: October, 2011

Based on the country-level crop production statistics retrieved from FAOSTAT in 2006, this tool instantly shows users the custom ranking across countries and regions in terms of their reported harvest area, production, production value, and yield of major crops.

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Region Dashboard

Tool Type: Interactive data query
Publication Date: January, 2011

HarvestChoice region dashboard provides a one-page view of national time-series and sub-national statistics for 52 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Yield Target and Poverty Reduction Model for South Asia

Yield Target and Poverty Reduction Model for South Asia

Tool Type: Model
Publication Date: January, 2011

Comparative static model used to estimate long-term aggregate potential yield gains and aggregate potential poverty reduction effects from narrowing yield gaps for selected commodities in selected regions. The model allows for differentiated yield gap closure and technology adoption scenarios in focus and non-focus countries and for focus and non-focus crops. The model also accounts for varying "poverty-productivity" elasticities across commodities (a synthetic measure linking productivity gains and poverty reduction).

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Yield Target and Poverty Reduction Model for Sub-Saharan Africa

Tool Type: Model
Publication Date: January, 2011

This comparative static model estimates potential yield increases and poverty reduction effects based on user-selected yield closure gap assumptions. A poverty-productivity elasticity (extracted from the relevant literature) and crop-specific adjustments are used to link productivity gains to a lowering of poverty prevalence rates and poverty headcounts compounded over a 20 year period.

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