Can food aid relax farmers’ constraints to adopting climate-adaptive agricultural practices?
The adoption of climate-adaptive agricultural practices (CAAPs) among resource-poor smallholder households is typically hindered by liquidity and risk constraints. Using an inverse probability weighted estimator that uses three waves of nationally representative panel survey data from Ethiopia, Malawi and the United Republic of Tanzania, this article examines whether food transfers help overcome barriers to the adoption of selected CAAPs. The results show that in each country analysed, receiving food transfers increase the probability of adopting at least one CAAP.
|Organisation||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)|
|Type de ressource||Etudes et rapports|
|Année de sortie||2022|