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The Role Of Acacia Decurrens Tree On Farmers Livelihood In The Banja Woreda
Bogale Aligaiz Agalu
Department of History, Injibara
The aim of the study assesses the role of Acacia Decurrens tree on Farmers Livelihood in the Banja Woreda. To this purpose, the study adopted descriptive survey design. The study focused on the three kebeles such as Zek na Gumerta, Bidana Jegola and kesa Chewsa in the Banaja district of the Awi Zone, Amhara regional state. This design would employ multiple sources of data such as distribution of questionnaires and conducting interviews with the concerned parties. The target population for this study was 25 rural kebeles, from those kebeles I selected three kebeles according to the homogeneity characteristics in plantation of Acacia decurrens tree. To determine the required sample size, the selected kebeles has 678 households’ farmers, 105 sample farmers are represented. Then, 35 sample farmers from each kebeles are selected by random sampling method. One-sample t-test analysis was made using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) software version 20 to show the result of study. The result discussed by the use of the descriptive and econometric analysis.
Keywords: Acacia Decurrens, Farmers Livelihood, Households
How to cite this article:
Bogale Aligaiz Agalu.The Role Of Acacia Decurrens Tree On Farmers Livelihod In The Banja Woreda.Scientific Research and Reviews, 2021, 14:120.
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