Rural Energy and Household Forest Values under Varying Management Regimes 2009.

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Is part of collection at SND: Environment for Development


Creator/Principal investigator(s)

Abebe Damte - University of Gothenburg, Environment and Climate Research Center (ECRC)

Research principal

Environment for Development Initiative - Environment for Development Initiative


The study on Rural Energy and Household Forest Values under Varying Management Regimes was conducted in Ethiopia. The general objective of this survey is to study household behavior regarding sustainable land use. Households were selected from the main four regions of Ethiopia (Amhara, Oromia, SNNP, and Tigray) in 2009. The data was generated by researchers at the Ethiopian Development Research Institute and Gothenburg University.

All the datasets are in Stata format. Each data file attached consists of datasets of each section in the questionnaire.

Data contains personal data



Method and outcome

Unit of analysis


Rural households living in Amhara, Oromia, SNNP and Tigray regions of Ethiopia

Time Method

Sampling procedure

Two-stage stratified random sampling technique was used were the primary sampling units were Kebeles and the secondary sampling units were households

Time period(s) investigated

2009-01-01 – 2009-12-31

Response rate/participation rate


Data format / data structure

Data collection
Geographic coverage

Geographic spread

Geographic location: Ethiopia

Geographic description: Selected households from Amhara, Oromia, SNNP, and Tigray regions of Ethiopia.

Administrative information

Responsible department/unit

Environment for Development Initiative

Funding 1

  • Funding agency: Environment for Development (EfD) initiative

Funding 2

  • Funding agency: Sida (The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency)
Topic and keywords

Research area

Land use and planning (CESSDA Topic Classification)

Energy and natural resources (CESSDA Topic Classification)

Environment and conservation (CESSDA Topic Classification)

Agriculture, forestry and fisheries (Standard för svensk indelning av forskningsämnen 2011)

Economics (Standard för svensk indelning av forskningsämnen 2011)

Economy (INSPIRE topic categories)

Environment (INSPIRE topic categories)

Economic systems and development (CESSDA Topic Classification)



Version 1. 2020-10-12

Version 1: 2020-10-12


Contact for questions about the data

Samuel Abera

Is part of collection at SND

Published: 2020-10-12
Last updated: 2024-01-02