Editor: Rothamsted Research, together with IITA, used RHoMIS to capture data for the GLTEN project. Interviews were conducted in Nigeria and Kenya in 2019. GLTEN (The Global Long-Term Agricultural Experiment Network) is a network of long-term agricultural experiments spanning five continents and representing numerous climates, environments, crop systems and farming practices. Here we interview some of the team from IITA and Rothamsted.
It is an established best practice for development organisations to conduct benchmarking research (also known as a ‘situation analysis’ or ‘baseline survey’) before initiating a project or other development intervention. This paves the road to sound planning of activities, to monitoring and evaluating the effects of projects and programmes, and to carry out adaptive programming. RHoMIS is now a proven tool for such benchmarking assessments.
In this article, we report on how our partners used the RHoMIS survey to conduct a situational analysis in order to facilitate the identification and planning of locally-relevant development investments.
The RHoMIS blog is written by a community of practice. The COP is made up of RHoMIS users and creators from across the world. Here we share their stories of how RHoMIS is helping to record and analyse household data.
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