Agriculture Survey Questionnaire

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The 1940 Census – Introduction



 Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


$49.63


Used – Water is required for a whole range of domestic, productive, environmental and uses and reliable access to good quality water is vital to the livelihoods of people.In this study, an attempt is made a)to assess the status of agriculture and water resources in the village with that of earlier years b)to assess the livelihood impact of water marketing for urban usage on the local communities.The questionnaire survey was conducted in the village to find out the reasons for the declining agric

 Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


$109.95


Used – Water is required for a whole range of domestic, productive, environmental and uses and reliable access to good quality water is vital to the livelihoods of people.In this study, an attempt is made a)to assess the status of agriculture and water resources in the village with that of earlier years b)to assess the livelihood impact of water marketing for urban usage on the local communities.The questionnaire survey was conducted in the village to find out the reasons for the declining agric

 Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


$72.02


New – Water is required for a whole range of domestic, productive, environmental and uses and reliable access to good quality water is vital to the livelihoods of people.In this study, an attempt is made a)to assess the status of agriculture and water resources in the village with that of earlier years b)to assess the livelihood impact of water marketing for urban usage on the local communities.The questionnaire survey was conducted in the village to find out the reasons for the declining agricu

 Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


$72.02


Used – Water is required for a whole range of domestic, productive, environmental and uses and reliable access to good quality water is vital to the livelihoods of people.In this study, an attempt is made a)to assess the status of agriculture and water resources in the village with that of earlier years b)to assess the livelihood impact of water marketing for urban usage on the local communities.The questionnaire survey was conducted in the village to find out the reasons for the declining agric

 Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


Changing Scenario in Agriculture and Water Resources in Sithalapakkam


$49.51


New – Water is required for a whole range of domestic, productive, environmental and uses and reliable access to good quality water is vital to the livelihoods of people.In this study, an attempt is made a)to assess the status of agriculture and water resources in the village with that of earlier years b)to assess the livelihood impact of water marketing for urban usage on the local communities.The questionnaire survey was conducted in the village to find out the reasons for the declining agricu

 Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


$46.23


New – Women are most vulnerable and likely to suffer disproportionately from climate change in developing countries like Nepal since their livelihood is heavily dependent on resources like agriculture, water and forests which pose maximum threat from climate change.This report analyzed 31 years long data of temperature and precipitation recorded in the study site along with questionnaire survey to assess the condition women might encounter in the scenario of climate change. Moreover this report

 Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


$46.34


Used – Women are most vulnerable and likely to suffer disproportionately from climate change in developing countries like Nepal since their livelihood is heavily dependent on resources like agriculture, water and forests which pose maximum threat from climate change.This report analyzed 31 years long data of temperature and precipitation recorded in the study site along with questionnaire survey to assess the condition women might encounter in the scenario of climate change. Moreover this report

 Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


$66.78


New – Women are most vulnerable and likely to suffer disproportionately from climate change in developing countries like Nepal since their livelihood is heavily dependent on resources like agriculture, water and forests which pose maximum threat from climate change.This report analyzed 31 years long data of temperature and precipitation recorded in the study site along with questionnaire survey to assess the condition women might encounter in the scenario of climate change. Moreover this report

 Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


Climate Change Impacts on Women of Central Mid-Hills of Nepal


$66.78


Used – Women are most vulnerable and likely to suffer disproportionately from climate change in developing countries like Nepal since their livelihood is heavily dependent on resources like agriculture, water and forests which pose maximum threat from climate change.This report analyzed 31 years long data of temperature and precipitation recorded in the study site along with questionnaire survey to assess the condition women might encounter in the scenario of climate change. Moreover this report

 Rehabilitation of Fragile Degraded Tropical Forest Lands


Rehabilitation of Fragile Degraded Tropical Forest Lands


$95.92


The principal aim of this study was to assess the degree of environmental degradation and its impact on the lives of local people living in and around natural forests in Gedaref State in eastern Sudan. The study was conducted among large mechanized scheme farmers, smallholder farmers and collaborative reserve farmers. In a cross-sectional survey, a total of 162 farmers were interviewed using questionnaire and Participatory Learning & Action methodology. Cross tabulations of selected variables were produced as a precursor to conducting tests of significant internal differences between different variables among the three categories of respondents based on land ownership type. The differences between three groups of farmers were analysed with chi-square test. This study concluded that the pilot work of collaborative management in the Elrawashda natural forest reserve, involving partnership between the local communities and the government in an integrated forestry and agriculture, indicates the possibility of compatible consistent and sustainable resource management in the drylands of Sudan.
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