CCAFS baseline survey data and materials
- Baseline household surveys
- Baseline village surveys
- Baseline organisational surveys
- Baseline indicator documents
- CCAFS Baseline surveys: how they came about
Through its partners, the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) has conducted baseline surveys at household, village and organisational levels across the five target regions.
The baseline surveys are a key component of CCAFS monitoring, learning and evaluation (ML&E) system. The challenge has been to design tools and instruments that adhere to the highest quality standards in data collection in order to allow for cross-site comparisons to be made.
The baseline data collection happened in two phases: 2010/11 in South Asia, West and East Africa and 2014/15 in Latin America and Southeast Asia.
All data, publications and questionnaires are publicly available on CCAFS' Dataverse website.
Baseline Household Surveys
Household baseline materials include questionnaires, implementation and training manuals as well as data entry and analysis systems, as well as data and reports from the CCAFS sites.
CCAFS Baseline Household Survey Data: East Africa, West Africa, and South Asia; Southeast Asia and Latin America
Summary of Baseline Household Survey Results
Global Summary of Baseline Household Survey Results
- Lawra-Jirapa, Ghana (en francais)
- Cinzana, Mali (en francais)
- Fakara, Niger (en francais)
- Kaffrine, Senegal (en francais)
- Yatenga, Burkina Faso (en francais)
Baseline Village Surveys
Village baseline materials include field manuals; implementation guide; study and report templates; and terms of reference.
CCAFS Village Baseline Surveys Data
Baseline Organisational Surveys
Organisational baseline documentation includes the questionnaire and implementation guides. Easy-to-navigate summaries are provided for sites in East Africa, West Africa, and South Asia, while site reports are provided for Southeast Asia and Latin America.
Baseline Organisational Survey Data
Baseline Indicator Documents
This document series compiles key indicators from the three levels of the baseline for the 15 original sites. The indicator documents for Southeast Asia and Latin America will be completed at a later date.