Perceived effects of COVID-19 restrictions on smallholder farmers: Evidence from seven lower- and middle-income countries
Mai Thanh Tu,
Trang Pham Thi,
Phan Thi Hong Phuc,
Mario Herrero and
Mark van Wijk
Agricultural Systems, 2022, vol. 198, issue C
The COVID-19 pandemic caused unprecedented global disruption and continues to wreak havoc. Dire predictions were made about the risks to smallholder farmers in lower- and middle- income, but hard data have been lacking. We present the results from 9201 interviews with smallholder farmers from seven countries.
Keywords: COVID-19; Food insecurity; Smallholders; Poverty; East Africa; Southeast Asia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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