The Rural Household Multiple Indicator Survey (RHoMIS) has been used to access and analyse data collected from 13,000-plus households from 21 countries.
Originally posted on ILRI news:
Key indicator groups (modules) generated by all RHoMIS applications (Fig. 1 from: The Rural Household Multiple Indicator Survey, data from 13,310 farm households in 21 countries). Out this week is the first public release of a huge dataset generated by recent surveys of more than 13,000 households in 21 countries…
Participatory Rangeland Management is now being integrated into a One Health approach by ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute) and partners VSF-Suisse (Vétérinaires sans Frontières Suisse) and CCM (Comitato Collaborazione Medica). This combines the health of people, livestock and rangelands, and the linkages between them.
From January 2020 onwards the entire RHoMIS system will be upgraded to version 1.6. This update will bring together the various elements of the toolkit into a coherent whole.
Fiona Flintan, a senior scientist with the Sustainable Livestock Systems program of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) has received a certificate of recognition from the Ministry of Agriculture Ethiopia for her ‘outstanding contribution’ to the development of sustainable rangeland management, particularly in the preparation of a manual for woreda participatory land use planning (WPLUP) for pastoral area.
Originally published on Landscape News. “When people of think of rangelands, their minds don’t usually go further than the images of shrubs or endless fields of dry grasslands. But beneath and above these vast spaces, life teems and even flourishes. At the recent session on the UN Decade on Ecosystems Restoration at the Global Landscapes …
The Rural Household Multiple-Indicator Survey is now filling knowledge gaps on how strategies to mitigate the effects of climate change, may intensify inequalities between men and women.
Read how the Rural Household Multiple-Indicator Survey (RHoMIS) was used to sample over 500 farming households from southern Tanzania to find the strongest performers.
By January 2019, the Rural Household Multiple-Indicator Survey (RHoMIS) had been used to process data from over 21,000 rural households in 27 countries. Since inception, RHoMIS has seen rapid exponential increase in the number of households being interviewed.
The Sustainable Rangeland Management Project (SRMP) has helped secure 95,499.869 hectares of grazing land for livestock in Kiteto district, Manyara region. The grazing area is shared by Amei, Loolera, Lembapuli and Lesoit villages and is named ALOLLE, from the names of the villages.