2016
DOI: 10.18174/376538
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Kusheh, na minem Fatu, en mi na koko farmer Hello, I am Fatu and I am a cocoa farmer : a Digital Farmer Field School for training in cocoa production and certification in Sierra Leone

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“…These changes are due to growing social differentiation and inequalities between groups (such as on the basis of ethnicity, indigenous/migrant status, or gender) because of combinations of "wicked problems" and other factors. These include increasing poverty through fragmentation, decreasing farm sizes, and reduced land access in some areas; migration to urban areas confounding farm labour shortages and labour rights; climate change affecting crop production; market shocks with extreme fluctuations in commodity prices (Böwer, Geis, and Winkler 2007;Dupraz and Postolle 2013); violent conflicts and disease, such as the Ebola outbreaks in Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Democratic Republic of Congo (Figuié 2016;Maconachie et al 2006;Mitchell 2011;Witteveen et al 2016) and more recently COVID-19 (Arouna et al 2020; Siche 2020).…”
Section: Livelihoods Of Producer Communitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These changes are due to growing social differentiation and inequalities between groups (such as on the basis of ethnicity, indigenous/migrant status, or gender) because of combinations of "wicked problems" and other factors. These include increasing poverty through fragmentation, decreasing farm sizes, and reduced land access in some areas; migration to urban areas confounding farm labour shortages and labour rights; climate change affecting crop production; market shocks with extreme fluctuations in commodity prices (Böwer, Geis, and Winkler 2007;Dupraz and Postolle 2013); violent conflicts and disease, such as the Ebola outbreaks in Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Democratic Republic of Congo (Figuié 2016;Maconachie et al 2006;Mitchell 2011;Witteveen et al 2016) and more recently COVID-19 (Arouna et al 2020; Siche 2020).…”
Section: Livelihoods Of Producer Communitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%