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Focus group discussions for the ADOPT tool
THis is a picture of focus group discussion for the CSIRO ADOPT tool to understand the peak adoption for two improved grasses that were introduced into communities in Rajasthan, India.
A Spatial Econometric Approach to Designing and Rating Scalable Index Insurance in the Presence of Missing Data
Index-Based Livestock Insurance has emerged as a promising market-based solution for insuring livestock against drought-related mortality. The objective of this work is to develop an explicit spatial econometric framework ...
Promoting Silvi-Pasture in Private Farms of Rajasthan ( Reponse by farmers): Adoptability Report
This report has the findings using the ADOPT tool for improve grasses; Cenchrus Setigerus and Lasiurus Lirsutus.
Focus group participants for the ADOPT tool
This is the sign in sheet for the ADOPT focus group discussion in Rajasthan on the two grass species. There were at total of 72 participants of which, 49 were males and 23 were females.
Focus group discussion using the ADOPT tool for the adoption of two new grasses.
This is a picture of the focus group discussion that were held in Rajasthan India to understand the adoption of two introduced grasses using the ADOPT tool
Agropastoral livelihood system typology for coping with socio-ecological diversity: A demonstrative case in Karauzyak, Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan
Smallholder farms’ populations are characterized by their heterogeneity giving the diversity of farms’ livelihood settings. Integrated farming system modelling therefore requires a preliminary clear identification of the ...
Adaptation and resilience in pastoral management of the Mediterranean Bedouin social-ecological system in the northwestern coastal zone of Egypt
On the basis of the results of the ELVULMED ,MOUVE, and CLIMED research projects, this chapter presents a long-term analysis of the Bedouin society in the northwestern coastal zone (NWCZ) of Egypt, especially the resilience ...