This case study documents the background, process and outcomes of a collaboration between Mkwawa University College of Education, the University of Dar-es-Salaam and OER Africa in the period 2011 to 2014.
This lesson provides guidance of how to transform a farm into a firm. Hindering and enabling factors are expected to be explored in the lesson and strategies for overcoming challenges and seizing opportunities.
This lesson continues on from lesson 3 and should be seen as a continuation. You will need to review lesson 3 and the discussion on Economic versus Accounting Costs & Relevant Cost Analysis. In lesson 4, however, we will focus on Revenues & Measurement of
This lesson focuses on building skills and economic rationales for decision making under given farming scenarios that may have multiple options. We will spend some time looking specifically at Economic versus Accounting Costs & Relevant Cost Analysis.
This cross-sectional study was carried out in March 2011, in Keshunga and Kashongi subcounties in Kirhura District. In Keshunga sub-county, six farmers were purposively selected by the leadership of Amate gaitu cooperative.