Ethiopian case study of adoption domains for N2africa published in the Atlas of African Agriculture Research and Development

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We have just published a case study of the adoption domains for N2Africa using chickpeas in Ethiopia as an example. Our maps and analysis show how we have combined three different factors - population density, access to chickpea markets, and agro-ecological zone - that affect the adoption of chickpeas in Ethiopia.

Our submission to the atlas has four maps as well as explanations of what these are maps telling us, why this is important and information about the underlying data.

You can view our submission here.

We have used these domains to characterise our target regions in Ethiopia and the other core countries, and they will be used to guide the selection of sites for demonstration and adaptation trials.

Andrew Farrow, Endelkachew Wolde-meskel