Assessment of baseline socio-economic conditions of beneficiaries of SANREM/CAPs Project: Case study of smallholder farmers in eastern Uganda and western Kenya
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The purpose of this study is to assess baseline socio-economic data collected from 790 households (HHs) in the SANREM/CRSP conservation agricultural production systems (CAPS) project areas of Trans-Nzoia and Bungoma districts in western Kenya, and Tororo and Kapchorwa districts in eastern Uganda. Surveys were administered before local farmers began working closely with researchers to co-design and test improved CAPS. The aim of my analysis is to identify socio-economic differences in the four districts surveyed, and factors that might hinder or foster adoption of improved CAPS by smallholder farmers in these districts.