By Faith Njeri Nguthi
Utilizing tissue-cultured expertise is a almost certainly vital means for smallholder banana farmers to enhance their yields and source of revenue. within the scenario of the impoverishing results of excessive HIV/AIDS-prevalence in a rural banana-farming neighborhood, this is applicable much more. The examine documented during this ebook examines the stability among required inputs and power advantages of using the tissue-cultured expertise between HIV/AIDS-affected and non-affected families in Maragua district, significant Kenya, utilizing a livelihood method. the implications exhibit that adoption of the expertise and its endured use differs based on the assets endowment of the farming families. loss of monetary and actual capital, particularly a water tank, inhibits adoption, without reference to HIV/AIDS-status.However, families headed through aged adult females dominate one of the bad families and the HIV/AIDS-affected families. This illustrates how HIV/AIDS interfaces with poverty and, thereby, ultimately with the feasibility of sustainable expertise adoption. The study additionally exhibits that livelihood judgements and techniques of farming families are encouraged through land tenure prestige (having name deeds or now not) and labour constraints on the family point. The latter come up by reason of HIV/AIDS-related morbidity and mortality
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Much of this work is unrecognised and unpaid, so that women are often over-employed in terms of hours worked and underpaid in terms of income received. Women’s overall responsibilities affect poor households’ capacity to adopt new activities when additional family labour is not available or they cannot afford hired labour. Thus, though improved agricultural technology may lead to increased productivity, women may fail to benefit from it. Moreover studies have shown that woman’s labour burden increases with new technologies (Doss, 2001; Doss & Morris, 2001).
2 Household livelihood resources and assets The livelihood approach is based on the premise that the resource and asset status of people is fundamental to understanding the options open to them, the strategies they adopt to attain livelihoods, the outcomes they aspire to and the vulnerability context under which they operate (Ellis, 2000). Niehof (2004: 324) distinguishes assets from resources and says that ‘resources are what you use, assets are what Adoption of agricultural innovations by smallholder farmers 31 Chapter 2 you have’.
Adoption of agricultural innovations by smallholder farmers 49 Chapter 3 Study design and data collection This chapter starts with a brief description of the study area followed by a detailed discussion of the research strategy and study design, the methods of data collection and analysis. The chapter concludes with a discussion of ethical considerations and of the problems encountered in data collection. 1 Research area The study was conducted in the Republic of Kenya which lies across the equator in Eastern Africa, on the coast of the Indian Ocean.
Adoption Of Agricultural Innovations By Smallholder Farmers In The Context Of HIV/AIDS: The Case of Tissue-Cultured Banana in Kenya by Faith Njeri Nguthi