Publications using RHoMIS


  1. Hammond J, Fraval S, van Etten J, Suchini JG, Mercado L, Pagella T, Frelat R, Lannerstad M, Douxchamps S, Teufel N, Valbuena D, van Wijk MT. 2017. The Rural Household Multi-Indicator Survey (RHoMIS) for rapid characterisation of households to inform climate smart agriculture interventions: Description and applications in East Africa and Central America. Agricultural Systems 151, 225–233.
  2. Ritzema RS, Frelat R, Hammond J, van Wijk MT. 2016. What works where for which farm household: rapid approaches to food availability analysis. In Ӧborn, I., B. Vanlauwe, M. Phillips, R. Thomas and K. Atta-Krah (eds). Integrated systems research for sustainable intensification of smallholder agriculture. Earthscan, forthcoming.
  3. Van Wijk MT, Hammond J, Fraval S, Ritzema RS, Bolliger AM, Long CTM. 2016. Including gender equity in a survey tool for rural households. In: ‘A different kettle of fish? Gender integration in livestock and fish research’. Edited by Rhiannon Pyburn and Anouka van Eerdewijk. KIT, Amsterdam, forthcoming.

  4. Mark van Wijk, James Hammond, Jacob van Etten, Tim Pagella, Randall Ritzema, Nils Teufel and Todd Rosenstock. 2016. The Rural Household Multi-Indicator Survey (RHoMIS) A rapid, cost-effective and flexible tool for farm household characterisation, targeting interventions and monitoring progress towards climate-smart agriculture. CCAFS Infonote, 4pp. See

  5. Todd S Rosenstock, Christine Lamanna, Sabrina Chesterman, James Hammond, Suneetha Kadiyala, Eike Luedeling, Keith Shepherd, Brian DeRenzi and Mark T van Wijk. 2017. When less is more: innovations for tracking progress toward global targets. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26, 54–61.
  6. Randall S Ritzema, Romain Frelat, James Hammond, Mark T van Wijk. 2017. What works where for which farm household? Chapter 6 in Sustainable Intensification in Smallholder Agriculture: An Integrated Systems Research Approach. Taylor & Francis, 88p.
  7. Jacob van Etten, Jonathan Steinke, Mark van Wijk. 2017. How can the Data Revolution contribute to climate action in smallholder agriculture? Agriculture Development 44.
  8. Fraval S, James Hammond, Mats Lannerstad, Simon J Oosting, George Sayula, Nils Teufel, Silvia Silvestri, E Jane Poole, Mario Herrero, Mark T van Wijk. 2018. Livelihoods and food security in an urban linked, high potential region of Tanzania: Changes over a three year period. Agricultural Systems 160, 87-95.