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Perceived effects of COVID-19 restrictions on smallholder farmers: Evidence from seven lower- and middle-income countries

James Hammond, Kim Siegal, Daniel Milner, Emmanuel Elimu, Taylor Vail, Paul Cathala, Arsene Gatera, Azfar Karim, Ja-Eun Lee, Sabine Douxchamps, Mai Thanh Tu, Emily Ouma, Ben Lukuyu, Pius Lutakome, Sonja Leitner, Ibrahim Wanyama, Trang Pham Thi, Phan Thi Hong Phuc, Mario Herrero and Mark van Wijk

Agricultural Systems, 2022, vol. 198, issue C

Abstract: 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)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1016/j.agsy.2022.103367

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