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000260909 245__ $$aAre Farmer Based Organizations Effective Channels For Impacting Input Use And Income? Evidence From Smallholder Dairy East Africa
000260909 260__ $$c2017
000260909 269__ $$a2017-08-29
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000260909 336__ $$aConference Paper/ Presentation
000260909 520__ $$aThis survey used data from the East Africa Dairy Development project which utilizes farmer based organizations to evaluate whether producer organizations have been efficiently used by the project to impact on inputs use and income. Propensity score matching results show that project participants generated higher dairy revenues than non-participants. They also spent more on hired labour and animal breeding and had a higher probability of having improved breeds. The findings have important implications for development agents and policy makers seeking productivity improvement and increased market participation of poor smallholder dairy farmers as establishment and growth of producer organizations. 
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000260909 546__ $$aEnglish
000260909 650__ $$aAgribusiness
000260909 6531_ $$aProducer organizations
000260909 6531_ $$adairy revenue 
000260909 6531_ $$ainputs use
000260909 6531_ $$apropensity score matching
000260909 700__ $$aKinuthia, Emmanuel Karanja
000260909 700__ $$aOmondi, Immaculate 
000260909 700__ $$aBaltenweck, Isabelle
000260909 8560_ $$fmonaaghabeygi17@gmail.com
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