Survey data of intra-household decision making and smallholder agricultural production in Northern Uganda and Southern Tanzania.

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Data in brief, ISSN: 2352-3409, Vol: 14, Page: 302-306

Publication Year:
2017
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28808671
DOI:
10.1016/j.dib.2017.07.040
Author(s):
Mwungu, Chris M; Mwongera, Caroline; Shikuku, Kelvin M; N Nyakundi, Fridah; Twyman, Jennifer; Winowiecki, Leigh Ann; L Ampaire, Edidah; Acosta, Mariola; L├Ąderach, Peter
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Elsevier BV
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Social Sciences; Multidisciplinary
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This article provides a description of intra-household survey data that were collected in Uganda and Tanzania in 2014 and 2015, respectively. The surveys were implemented using a structured questionnaire administered among 585 households in Uganda and 608 in Tanzania. Information on decision making processes in agricultural production was collected from the principal adult male and female decision-makers in each household. The survey consisted of two parts. Firstly, the decision-makers, both male and female of each household were jointly interviewed. Secondly, individual interviews were carried out, questioning the decision-makers separately. The datasets include both household and individual level data containing numeric, categorical and string variables. The datasets have been shared publicly on the Harvard dataverse.