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Smallholder Farmers Perception of Rural-Rural Migration and Its Contribution to Food Security in Kigoma Rural District, Tanzania

Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry.ISSN: 2327-4417

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Smallholder Farmers Perception of Rural-Rural Migration and Its Contribution to Food Security in Kigoma Rural District, Tanzania

Food insecurity is a major issue in Tanzania and varies across regions and seasons. This study assessed the contribution of smallholder farmer’s rural-rural migration to household food security using people’s perception. Kidea Village of Kigoma Rural District was chosen as case study to represent other villages which were established by and have been receiving smallholder farmer migrants from other hunger-stricken villages. Land ownership status, types of crops, food availability and access, post-harvest food management practices, the amount of food harvested and length of time

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