3 edition of Cooperatives for staple crop marketing evidence from Ethiopia found in the catalog.
Cooperatives for staple crop marketing evidence from Ethiopia
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Tanguy Bernard ... [et al.].|
|Series||IFPRI research monograph -- 166, IFPRI research monograph -- 166.|
|Contributions||Bernard, Tanguy., International Food Policy Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HD1491.E83 C66 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010003993|
Jan 16, · Livestock matters a great deal in developing countries, playing an increasingly important role in food security and economic development. In fact, the livestock subsector is growing faster than all other agriculture sectors in developing countries worldwide. And importantly in the International Year of Family Farming, the bulk of that livestock production is occurring on small. Jul 27, · A study of Agricultural Marketing Cooperatives in Ethiopia.” Food Policy, 34, 1, 60– CrossRef Google Scholar. Budlender, D. Production of staple crops by rural women in Enugu and Ebonyi States. J. A. ‘Resources at Marriage and Intrahousehold Allocation: Evidence from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, and South Africa Author: Opeyemi E. Ayinde, Tahirou Abdoulaye, Mammo Muchie, Oluwafemi O. Ajewole. Marketing Strategies for a Service Firm An acceptance and drive towards interactive marketing initiative in the pursuit of both responsiveness and the ability to adapt. Interactive marketing offers a shift towards more real time changes in service marketing. In Ethiopia, wheat is becoming an essential source of income for farmers even though it is still a fundamental food crop. While the major proportion is kept for consumption, farmers sell part of their wheat produce. The main objectives of this paper are to assess the level of commercialization and its determinants of wheat producers in the four major producing regions.
Cooperatives serve both social and economic collective purposes and the members of a cooperative are at the same time both owners and users of the cooperative. This dual character leads to ambiguity, and the contradictory activities of cooperatives.
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Get this from a library. Cooperatives for staple crop marketing: evidence from Ethiopia. [Tanguy Bernard; International Food Policy Research Institute.;] -- Rural producer organizations, such as farmers' organizations or rural cooperatives, offer a means for smallholder farmers in developing countries to sell their crops commercially.
They hold. The evidence from Ethiopia indicates that RPOs do increase farmers' profits from crop sales, but that the beneficiaries do not tend to be the poorest smallholders. Moreover, an RPO's marketing marketing Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and IndustriesCited by: Cooperatives for staple crop marketing.
Evidence from Ethiopia. Tanguy Bernard, David J Rural producer organizations, such as farmers' organizations or rural cooperatives, offer a means for smallholder farmers in developing countries to sell their crops commercially.
The evidence from Ethiopia indicates that they do increase farmers. Agricultural cooperatives in Ethiopia: Results of the ATA Baseline Survey Cooperatives for Staple Crop Marketing: Evidence from Ethiopia. Article.
Full-text available This book helps. Bernard, Tanguy & Spielman, David J. & Seyoum Taffesse, Alemayehu & Gabre-Madhin, Eleni Z., "Cooperatives for staple crop marketing: Evidence from Ethiopia," Research reportsInternational Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
Tanguy Bernard & Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse & Eleni Gabre‐Madhin, Aug 02, · Bernard, Tanguy & Spielman, David J.
& Seyoum Taffesse, Alemayehu & Gabre-Madhin, Eleni Z., "Cooperatives for staple crop marketing: Evidence from Ethiopia," Research reportsInternational Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
Kassahun Berhanu & Colin Poulton, Author: T.W. Gezahegn, M. Maertens. Impact of Agricultural Cooperatives on Smallholders’ Technical Efficiency: Evidence from Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) in Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 85(2) · February Communication and coordination: Experimental evidence from farmer groups in Senegal.
Evidence from Ethiopia. They hold particular promise for Sub-Saharan Africa, where small-scale f Read More titled Cooperatives for staple crop marketing.
"Cooperatives for staple crop marketing: evidence from Ethiopia," by Bernard Tanguy et al. () Research report; "The rural-urban transformation in Ethiopia" by Paul Dorosh & Emily Schmidt () ESSP2 working paper; IFPRI publications on Ethiopia, to present. row planting teff in ethiopia Download row planting teff in ethiopia or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Book English (en) view page This Author: Olivier Hauglustaine. Current agricultural practices are regarded as one of the most significant drivers of biodiversity loss. At the same time, the goal achieving global food security remains a long way off; indeed, the number of malnourished has recently risen to over 1 billion people.
The world desperately needs an. Cooperatives for staple crop marketing Paper English (en) view page Cette ressource The evidence from Ethiopia indicates that they do increase farmers’ profits from crop sales, but that the beneficiaries do not tend to be the poorest smallholders.
Book English (en) view page Cette. The evidence from Ethiopia indicates that they do increase farmers’ profits from crop sales, but that the beneficiaries do not tend to be the poorest smallholders.
Moreover, a rural producer organization’s marketing effectiveness is precarious: it can easily diminish if the number or diversity of its members increases or if it provides more.
Mar 30, · A recent HarvestPlus study suggests that among various food-based innovations used to improve micronutrient malnutrition, biofortification (the process of breeding crops with higher nutrient content) could be the most cost-effective strategy.
The study found that biofortification could be highly effective in averting the illnesses, permanent health conditions, and premature death caused by. Mar 30, · IFPRI Forum talks with Dr. Mirta Roses Periago about the relationships between health, agriculture, and poverty in Latin America.
FORUM: What do you see as some of the major challenges facing regional health organizations, such as the Pan American Health. Agricultural Transformation in Africa. Assessing the Evidence in Ethiopia. Crop production in Ethiopia was likely affected by other factors.
the available evidence that suggests these factors are associated with increasing adoption of improved technologies in Ethiopia.
The evidence on changes in the last decade of these important Cited by: is widely cultivated in North Africa and in Sudan and Ethiopia.
Agriculture is the ‘engine for major staple foods of the most population. These cereals are grown over an area of m ha It is a major staple crop for several countries and an imported commodity in. Oct 24, · Co-operatives are seen to offer alternatives for individuals to improve their livelihoods.
However, they have a mixed record, especially in Africa. Initially controlled by the state, many co-operatives did not survive with the advent of structural adjustment policies.
However, there is now a revival. In parallel, some countries have policies to engage youth in co-operatives. Can co-operatives Cited by: 6. The Welfare Impacts of Commodity Price Fluctuations: Evidence from Rural Ethiopia. MPRA Paper Munich, Germany: University Library of Munich.
Bernard, T., and D.J. Spielman. "Reaching the rural poor through rural producer organizations. A study of. BANKING AND SECURITIES. All banking institutions were nationalized after the government's formal Declaration of Socialism on 20 December The country's three private commercial banks were placed under the management of the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) and, inunder the state-owned Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (established in ), which had branches and $3 billion in.
Nov 09, · AbstractWhile storage losses at the farm are often assumed to be an important contributor to presumed large postharvest losses in developing countries, reliable and representative data on these losses are often lacking.
We study farmers’ storage decisions and self-reported storage losses for grains based on two large-scale household surveys conducted in major agricultural areas in coinclassifier.club: Fantu Nisrane Bachewe, Bart Minten, Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse, Karl Pauw, Alethia Cameron, Tirsit Ge.
This paper reviews the evidence on smallholder market participation, with a focus on staple foodgrains (i.e., cereals) in eastern and southern Africa, in an effort to help better identify what interventions are most likely to break smallholders out of the semi-subsistence Cited by: Food prices increased significantly in –8 in Ethiopia due to several supply- and demand-side factors.
The Ethiopian government released emergency food grain reserves, imported and distributed wheat at subsidized price, banned the export of staple cereals, and removed value added and turnover taxes on food items.
It also increased the reserve requirement of commercial banks and reduced. May 31, · Research and Development Roundtables (RRD in French) on the theme: «Fixing Agriculture Value Chains» 1.
Quality certification and staple crop value chains in Sub-Saharan Africa Tanguy Bernard Rencontres Recherche et Développement IFPRI – Dakar, 30 Mai Coffee is an important cash crop for these African countries and our objective is to assess the extent to which coffee producers in these countries are integrated into the market process, given that Ethiopia, unlike Uganda, exports coffee through an auction system, whilst in Rwanda the price of coffee is fixed.
For cooperatives, member commitment, a federated structure and initiative at establishment are mentioned as important factors influencing their functioning (SPIELMAN ET AL., ).
However, these articles don’t build on empirical evidence, but on experience of the authors or on reviewing other articles. Agriculture in South Africa contributes around 10% of formal employment, relatively low compared to other parts of Africa, as well as providing work for casual laborers and contributing around percent of GDP for the nation.
Due to the aridity of the land, only percent can be used for crop production, and only 3 percent is considered high potential land. Nov 06, · Book Synthesis: Food and Agriculture in Ethiopia 1.
Food and Agriculture in Ethiopia: Progress and Policy Challenges Paul Dorosh, Shahidur Rashid and Alemayehu Seyoum TaffesseImproved Evidence Towards Better Food and Agricultural Policies in EthiopiaNovember 02, Hilton Hotel, Addis Ababa 1.
Agricultural value chains encompass the flow of products, knowledge and information between smallholder farmers and consumers. They offer the opportunity to capture added value at each stage of the production, marketing and consumption process.
 Smallholder farmers need to better engage with value chains in order to gain added value for improving their livelihoods, whilst reducing their. Agriculture is the science and art of cultivating plants and livestock. Agriculture was the key development in the rise of sedentary human civilization, whereby farming of domesticated species created food surpluses that enabled people to live in cities.
The history of agriculture began thousands of years ago. After gathering wild grains beginning at leastyears ago, nascent farmers (—) European Union: In Africa there is an estimated 1 extension worker per 4, farmers, compared with 1 per hundred farmers in developed countries.
 This ratio falls far below the Food and Agriculture Organization recommendation of 1 officer for every coinclassifier.club proportion of agriculture budgets allocated to extension services varies from country to country, for example, from 5% in Zambia to 50% in.
Abdulai, A. Spatial and vertical price transmission in food staples market chains in Eastern and Southern Africa: What is the evidence. Paper presented at the FAO Trade and Markets Division Workshop on Staple Food Trade and Market Policy Options for Promoting Development in Eastern and Southern Africa, Rome, 1–2 March Rome: FAO.
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This means there is also no sources of credit within the farming communities. According to the Zambia Rice Baseline Study Report, the culture of saving seems lacking as about 80 per cent of the. International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics (IJFAEC) - From Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University, Department of Economics and Finance Contact information at EDIRC.
Bibliographic data for series maintained by AgEcon Search (). Ethiopia is a country where potato continues to increase its importance as a cash crop and a key contributor to food security of rural households.
Ethiopia has a public sector that has updated its capacity and has some positive experiences from the private sector that makes this country suitable for the implementation of the 3G strategy. Teff [Eragrostis tef (Zucc.) Trotter] is a cereal crop species unique to Ethiopia, where it is an important staple crop.
It is grown on more than 3 million ha of land. In recent decades, soil fertility has significantly declined in Ethiopia. While nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) are traditionally applied by teff growers, potassium (K) has been ignored due to the perceived notion that soils in Author: F.
Gebrehawariyat, W. Haile, T. Mamo, I. Zipori, E. Sokolowski. In Ethiopia, there have been increased efforts to promote market-oriented vegetable production. Given that food security is a crucial issue in Ethiopia, the question is whether market-oriented vegetable production will actually help farmers to become more food secure.
Using a mixed methods approach, the present research gathered empirical evidence on the determinants of participation in the Cited by: 2. Insurance Company in Ethiopia. Crop and livestock failure due to drought emerged as the top livelihood risk facing most households, while unforeseen expenditure and death related to illness was the most commonly cited risk by focus group participants.
while product marketing was facilitated by two cooperatives in the region. Farmers. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) concerning the legal or development status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.
The mention of specific companies or products of manufacturers, whether or not these have been patented.Durum wheat is an important food crop in the world and an endemic species of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
In the highlands of Ethiopia and the oases of the Sahara this crop has been cultivated for thousands of years. Today, smallholder farmers still grow it on marginal lands to assure production for their own consumption. However, durum wheat is no longer just a staple crop for food security but Cited by: 1.A production handbook for sheep and goats in Ethiopia applicable to many areas of Africa and beyond.
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