2018- CSA Monitoring: Hoima Climate-Smart Village (Uganda)
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Bonilla-Findji, Osana; Eitzinger, Anton; Andrieu, Nadine; Jarvis, Andy; Recha, John; Ambaw, Gebermedihin; Kakeeto, Ronald, 2019, "2018- CSA Monitoring: Hoima Climate-Smart Village (Uganda)", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/RJGSDF, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:ewDjE1eGBTw+E/Ut5lVPjw== [fileUNF]. CCAFS Dataset. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
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This dataset contains the files produced in the implementation of the “Integrated Monitoring Framework for Climate-Smart Agriculture” in the Hoima Climate Smart Village (Uganda) in October 2018. This monitoring framework developed by CCAFS is meant to be deployed annually across the global network of Climate-Smart Villages to gather field-based evidence by tracking the progress on:Adoption of CSA practices and technologies, as well as access to climate information services and their related impacts at household level and farm levelThis framework proposes standard Descriptive Indicators to track changes in: 5 enabling dimensions that might affect adoption patterns, a set of 5 CORE indicators at Household level to assess perceived effects of CSA practices on Food Security, Productivity, Income and Climate vulnerability and 4 CORE indicators on Gender aspects (Participation in decision making, Participation in implementation, Access/control over Resources and work time). At farm level, 7 CORE indicators are suggested to determine farms CSA performance, as well as synergies and trade-offs among the three pillars.This integrated framework is associated with a cost-effective data collection App (Geofarmer) that allowed capturing information in almost real time.The survey questionnaire is structured around different thematic modules (Demographic, Livelihoods, Food Security, Climate events, Climate Services, CSA practices, Financial Services) connected to standard CSA metrics and the specific indicators.The framework responds to three main research questions: Within each CSV community, who adopts which CSA technologies and practices and what are their motivations, enabling/constraining factors? What are the gender-disaggregated perceived effects of CSA options on farmers’ livelihood (agricultural production, income, food security, food diversity and adaptive capacity) and on key gender dimensions (participation in decision-making, participation in CSA implementation and dis-adoption, control and access over resources and labour)? How does CSA perform at farm level, and what synergies and trade-offs exist (whole farm model analysis)?
CGIAR Author ORCID iDs
John Walker Rechahttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-1146-7197