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dc.contributor.authorYigzaw, N
dc.contributor.authorMburu, J
dc.contributor.authorOgutu, CA
dc.contributor.authorWhitney, C
dc.contributor.authorLuedeling, E
dc.description.abstractThis data article provides the datasets that are used in the holistic ex-ante impact evaluation of an irrigation dam construction project in Northern Ethiopia [1]. We used an expert knowledge elicitation approach as a means of acquiring the data. The data shared here captures all the parameters considered important in the impact pathway (i.e. the expected benefits, costs, and risks) of the decision to construct an irrigation dam. The dataset is disaggregated for two impact pathway models: one complementing the dam construction with catchment restoration and the other without catchment restoration. Both models are scripted in the R programming language. The data can be used to examine how the construction of an irrigation dam affects the incomes as well as the food and nutritional status of farmers that are affected by the intervention.en_US
dc.publisherUniversity of Nairobien_US
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States*
dc.subjectCost benefit analysis; Dam construction; Decision support; Ex-ante impact assessment; Feasibility study; Water harvestingen_US
dc.titleData for the evaluation of irrigation development interventions in Northern Ethiopia.en_US

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