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Inclusiveness and resiliency competences of dairy farmers for scaling up Climate smart dairy farming in Ziway-Hawassa milk shed, Ethiopia

Inclusiveness and resiliency competences of dairy farmers for scaling up Climate smart dairy farming in Ziway-Hawassa milk shed, Ethiopia

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Dairy Farmers in the Ziway-Hawassa milk shed have different knowledge, experience, assets that enable them to adjust themselves from various vulnerabilities and continue operating. This knowledge, experiences and assets help them to be more resilient by improving their adoptive capacities. However, asset endowment for dairy farmers is the main constraint they face in up scaling their dairy farms and to be more resilient. Physical, financial, human, natural, and socialcapital of women, men and youth in the milk shed is limited. However, financial, human and physical capital of men is little bit better than women and female dairy farmers have more social capital compared to the male dairy farmers.

OrganisatieVan Hall Larenstein
AfdelingManagement of Development
PartnersHogeschool Van Hall Larenstein
Datum2019-09-01
TypeMaster
TaalEngels

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