Presentation on theme: "1 2002-03 TIP Evaluation Findings Sarah Levy (Calibre) Carlos Barahona (University of Reading) September 2003."— Presentation transcript:
1 2002-03 TIP Evaluation Findings Sarah Levy (Calibre) Carlos Barahona (University of Reading) September 2003
2 Source: Nyirongo et al: 2002-03 TIP Evaluation Module 1 (pre-harvest survey). Note that in the southern region, 78% of List A households cultivated 2 acres or less (41% in the central region, 34% in the northern region)
3 Source: Nyirongo et al: 2000-01 TIP Evaluation: Module 2 Part 1 survey; 2001-02 and 2002-03 TIP Evaluation Module 1 (pre-harvest survey).
5 Proportion of households selling (of those who grew these crops) Source: 2002-03 ETIP Evaluation: Food Production and Security Survey.
6 Maize production and the TIP contribution 2002-03 The average net contribution to household production was 159kg (3 bags+) for A list beneficiaries and 87kg (just under 2 bags) for B list beneficiaries, who received the inputs late Net contribution to national maize production estimated at 353,000 tonnes
7 Source: FEWS Malawi using Ministry of Agriculture crop estimate survey data. Figures on maize from free inputs (Starter Pack/TIP contribution) are from the Starter Pack and TIP Evaluation pre-harvest surveys.
8 Source: Nyirongo et al: 2001-02 and 2002-03 TIP Evaluation Module 1 (pre-harvest survey).
10 Food insecurity Moderate indicators 1.Eating nsima from green maize (chitibu) 2.Eating madeya/gaga 3.Eating only fruit 4.Eating only vegetables 5.Eating only sugar cane Extreme indicators 1.Eating nsima from maize cobs 2.Eating only wild roots and tubers 3.Eating only wild fruit, mushrooms, etc 4.Eating nothing for the whole day
11 Source: Nyirongo et al: 2001-02 TIP Evaluation Module 1 (pre-harvest survey).
12 Source: Nyirongo et al: 2002-03 TIP Evaluation Module 1 (pre-harvest survey).
13 Cost of production for TIP maize in 2002-03 was $43-48 per tonne (A list beneficiaries) Cost of imports was $220 per tonne Cost of food aid through WFP with NGO distribution was $450 per tonne Cost of production on-farm vs. cost of imports, food aid
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