Dataset for: Does Income imply Food Security in Coffee Growing Communities? A case study in Yayu, Southwestern Ethiopia
Published: 28 January 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/k3f3sc3sy3.2
The findings indicate that smallholding farming communities of Yayu can be mostly considered hunger free. Referring to the HFIAS-based food and nutrition security assessment, some households face moderate to severe food insecurity, which relates to the access to food regardless of the season. Regarding the utilization pillar, the area provides sufficient energy to the majority of households (>95%) and energy-rich staples in both seasons. With respect to the adequacy of consumed nutrients, again the majority of the households exceed the acceptable consumption threshold.
Agroforestry, Food Security