Impact assessment in complex contexts of rural livelihood transformations in Africa. Part 2- Interview data

  • James Copestake (Creator)
  • Fiona Remnant (Other)
  • Claire Allan (Other)
  • Erin Thomas (Other)

Dataset

Description

Qualitative interview resulting from semi-structured household interviews and focus group discussions that aimed to assess the impact of development activities that are intended to benefit poor men, women and children; and how their income and food security is changing. The study took place in four rural village sites: Masumbankhunda and Karonga areas in Malawi and Tigray and Oromia areas in Ethiopia.
Date made available4 Feb 2016
PublisherUK Data Service
Date of data production10 Sep 2012 - 8 Sep 2015
Geographical coverageEthiopia (Tigray and Oromia); Malawi (Karonga and Masumbankhunda)

Research Output

  • 2 Working paper

QUIP Report: Self Help Africa Masumbankhunda, Malawi: Assessing Rural Transformations (ART) ESRC-DFID Project

Copestake, J., Remnant, F. & Mvulu, M., 1 Aug 2015, CDS University of Bath, 17 p.

Research output: Working paper

QUIP Report Self Help Africa Malt Barley project in Oromia, Ethiopia: Assessing Rural Transformations (ART) project report

Copestake, J., Remnant, F. & Goshu, T., 1 Aug 2015, CDS University of Bath, 18 p.

Research output: Working paper

Projects

  • Cite this

    Copestake, J. (Creator), Remnant, F. (Other), Allan, C. (Other), Thomas, E. (Other) (4 Feb 2016). Impact assessment in complex contexts of rural livelihood transformations in Africa. Part 2- Interview data. UK Data Service. 10.5255/UKDA-SN-852065