Djalalou-Dine A.A. Arinloye

Djalalou-Dine A.A. Arinloye
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research | CGIAR

Agric-Economist (PhD)

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October 2008 - April 2013
Wageningen University & Research
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  • PhD

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The present study aims at (1) assessing how the existing local formal and informal institutions affect farmer managed natural regeneration (FMNR) practices and, (2) evaluating the benefits of such practices on livelihoods. The propensity score with continuous treatments was used to assess the effects of a set of covariates on FMNR as well as the im...
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Background Mango is an important tree fruit in Sierra Leone since it participates to food and nutritional security mainly in rural areas. However, the economic potential of this tree fruit is still untapped to a large extent. This situation is due to high loss and poor handling at post-harvest stage preventing farmers from meeting the quality stand...
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Quality has become a key aspect for establishing international market access and improving competitiveness of (smallholder) producers in developing countries. This is especially the case for perishable tropical food products. This chapter explores the key quality issues of the Beninese pineapple sector. An analysis is made of the constraints and op...
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Access to up-to-date information on market prices and quality requirements remains a key issue for smallholder farmers’ access to high income markets. The aim of this chapter is to explore the problem of information asymmetry between farmers and buyers in the pineapple supply chain in Benin, and to assess strategies using mobile phones to overcome...
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Les femmes en Afrique subsaharienne contribuent énormément à l’économie agricole, toutefois, leur accès limité, par rapport aux hommes, aux ressources et opportunités de production, les empêchent d’atteindre une production optimale. Cet article donne un aperçu des questions relatives à la participation des femmes à l’agroforesterie et des avantages...
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Women in sub-Saharan Africa are major contributors to the agricultural economy, but their lower access than men to productive resources and opportunities, limits them from achieving optimal production. This paper gives a snapshot of issues surrounding women’s participation in and benefits from agroforestry, challenges that women face and examples o...
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Highlights:  Sustainable supply chain programs for food and other agricultural products are on the rise  Whenever the sourcing area’s quality and sustainability are priorities focus goes beyond the level of individual production units and takes a landscape approach  Multiple tools and strategies are available to incorporate landscape sustain...
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This article aims at analyzing Beninese smallholder famers’ selection of high value markets, such as export and processing-oriented marketing channels, in the pineapple supply chain. Four main marketing channels were investigated: rural, urban, and export fresh pineapple markets and processing-oriented markets. Primary data collected from 285 pinea...
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An information systems-adapted Contingent Valuation survey was used to assess smallholder farmers' perceptions and the premium they are willing to pay (WTP) to get mobile phone-based information on market prices and product quality to overcome the recurrent information asymmetry issues in the chain. The investigations, consisting of an exploratory...
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Mango (Mangifera indica L., Anacardiaceae) is a popular fruit in Africa because of its high nutritional and economic value. However, smallholders in Benin, a West African country, are currently unable to take advantage of this potential because of various constraints along the value chain. A survey with 150 mango producers in three agro-ecological...
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The present study validates the new construct “Multi-governance choices”, to sharpen our understanding of how and why smallholder farmers select among alternative governance structures. Primary data were collected from a sample of 219 pineapple farmers in Southern Benin. Results from a multivariate probit model analysis showed that farmers involved...
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Introduction. In the southern Sudanian zone of Benin, fruit flies are major pests and responsible for considerable yield losses in mango production. The two main species of economic importance affecting mango trees in Benin are Ceratitis cosyra and Bactrocera invadens. During the 2006 crop year and across seven main cultivars, losses stood at 17% i...
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Le présent article vise à analyser les facteurs déterminant la préférence des consommateurs et leur consentement à payer pour bénéficier des attributs du riz local et du riz importé. Le modèle de prix hédonique a été utilisé pour déterminer les prix marginaux implicites des attributs du riz local et du riz importé. Les données aussi bien quantitati...

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