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The household datasets reflect a range of agricultural livelihood strategies in South Africa and Ethiopia.

28 October 2010: The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has released two datasets on climate change adaptation in the Ethiopian Nile Basin and in the South African Limpopo Basin.

The datasets are based on household surveys as part of the Food and Water Security under Global Change Project, which focuses on developing adaptive capacity in rural Africa. The South African dataset represents 794 households from 19 districts across four South African provinces and was designed to capture the diverse agricultural patterns in the basin. The Ethiopian dataset ensured representation for the districts in the Nile River Basin, reflecting the different rainfall patterns, agro-ecological zones in the basins, vulnerability of food production and levels of irrigation use. IFPRI is a member of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). [Press Release on the Datasets] [Ethiopian Dataset] [South African Dataset]

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