Background literature


  1. Coates, Jennifer, Anne Swindale and Paula Bilinsky. 2007. Household Food Insecurity Access Scale (HFIAS) for Measurement of Household Food Access: Indicator Guide (v. 3). Washington, D.C.: FHI 360/FANTA.
  2. Frelat R, Lopez-Ridaura S, Giller KE, Herrero M, Douxchamps S, Andersson Djurfeldt A, Erenstein O, Henderson B, Kassie M, Paul BK, Rigolot C, Ritzema RS, Rodriguez D, van Asten PJA, van Wijk MT. 2016. Drivers of household food availability in sub-Saharan Africa based on big data from small farms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113, 458-463.
  3. Njuki J, Poole J, Johnson N, Baltenweck I, Pali P, Lokman Z, Mburu S. 2011. Gender, Livestock and Livelihood Indicators. International Livestock Research Institute, Nairobi, 40 pp.
  4. Schreiner M. 2012. Progress out of Poverty Index® (PPI®). A Simple Poverty Scorecard for Tanzania. Grameen Foundation, 112 pp.
  5. Swindale A, Bilinsky P. 2006. Household Dietary Diversity Score (HDDS) for Measurement of Household Food Access: Indicator Guide (v.2). Washington, D.C.: FHI 360/FANTA.
  6. Van Wijk MT. From global economic modelling to household level analyses of food security and sustainability: How big is the gap and can we bridge it? Food Policy 49 (2014) 378–388.
  7. Van Wijk MT, Ritzema R, Valbuena D, Douxchamps SFrelat R. 2014. A rapid, quantitative assessment of household level food security: description of the data collection tool and the analysis. International Livestock Research Institute, Nairobi, 4pp.
  8. Van Etten J, Steinke J, van Wijk M. 2017. How can the Data Revolution contribute to climate action in smallholder agriculture? Agriculture for Development 30, Article 7.