HiH Agricultural Typologies Dataset - Honduras

The Honduras Agricultural Typology is part of the Hand-in-Hand initiative (HiH) and aims to identify micro-regional level innovation opportunities, bottlenecks and investment gaps. The concept is based on production possibilities frontier applied to farm activities, it draws on highly detailed household-level survey, agro-ecological conditions, accessibility, and poverty geospatial data.

The Hand-in-Hand (HIH) is an evidence-based, country-led, and country-owned initiative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) which aims to accelerate agricultural transformation and sustainable rural development, to eradicate poverty, to end hunger and all forms of malnutrition.

The final Honduras Agricultural Typology consists of 7 classes and represents a combination of agricultural potential, agricultural efficiency, and poverty in the given region. The 7 classes are as follows: Critical with moderate agricultural opportunities class, the Medium priority with moderate agricultural opportunities class, the Low priority class, the High priority class, the Medium priority with high agricultural opportunities class, the Low priority with high agricultural opportunities class, and the High-performance class.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Source The database used for the analysis has been created using data from the 2019 Household Survey and consists of 1,250 observations, approximately. The National Statistics Institute (INE) conducts this survey on an annual basis.
Author Diletta Topazio
Maintainer Cristóbal Seoane
Version 1.0
Last Updated March 4, 2022, 20:15 (CST)
Created December 31, 2021, 18:31 (CST)
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harvest_url https://data.apps.fao.org/catalog/dataset/85849e6a-64d1-4b89-ba82-54de92e15d1b