EPAR Presentation #281
Tue, 08/12/2014
Authors: 
Mathew Lane
Zoë True
Angela Gaffney
Elysia Slakie
Mary Kay Gugerty
C. Leigh Anderson
Abstract: 

This research project examines the traits of Tanzanian farmers living in five different farming system-based sub-regions: the Northern Highlands, Sukumaland, Central Maize, Coastal Cassava, and Zanzibar. We conducted quantitative analysis on data from the Tanzania National Panel Survey (TNPS). We complimented this analysis with qualitative data from fieldwork conducted in the summer of 2011 and September 2013 to present a quantitatively and qualitatively informed profile of the “typical” agricultural household’s land use patterns, demographic dynamics, and key issues or production constraints in each sub-region.

 

This research, drawing on EPAR Technical report #243, was presented at the Evans School Research Symposium in May 2014.

Type of Research: 
Data Analysis
Research Topic Category: 
Sustainable Agriculture & Rural Livelihoods
Environment & Climate Change
Geographic focus: 
East Africa Region and Selected Countries
Dataset(s): 
LSMS & LSMS-ISA

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