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An Outcomes Evaluation of the NDC fruit processors factory in Tzaneen (NDC) 2016: Suppliers

Version
1.0
Resource Type
Dataset
Creator
  • Mupela, Evans Ngosa
  • Ngandu, Norval Stewart
  • Human Sciences Research Council
Publication Date
2017-03-31
Embargo End Date
2017-12-31
Contributor
  • Human Sciences Research Council (Producer)
Funding Reference
  • Department of Science and Technology
Free Keywords
Schema: UK DATA ARCHIVE - HASSET
AGRO PROCESSING; INCOME GENERATION; JOB CREATION; LIVELIHOOD; POVERTY
Description
  • Abstract

    Description: This study did an evaluation of the socio-economic spillovers of the introduction of a fruit processing factory in Tzaneen. The data file contains responses from the suppliers to the NDC fruit processors factory. The data contains information regarding the supplier's demographics, business activity, job creation, source of merchandise and the market environment. The data set contains 62 records and 66 variables.

    Abstract: This study did an evaluation of the socio-economic spillovers of the introduction of a fruit processing factory in Tzaneen. The factory was setup to provide alternative income streams to local entrepreneurs and the community in order to reduce poverty and increase overall well-being of the local population. The evaluation produced two data sets, one based on suppliers' experiences and the other based on households' experiences. The data in this data set is the suppliers' data only. It should be used together with the household data which will be made available in due course in order to get a clearer picture of the total spillover effects that could have materialised as a result of the operation of the factory. In depth interviews were conducted with local suppliers of fruit to the factory. The major questions asked in the study were: To what extent and in what ways did local entrepreneurs benefit from the arrival of the agro-processing project? What were the employment effects in the community? How can long run income diversification be achieved in the community? The major variables in the data set are: Changes in income streams, sources of merchandise, payment procedures, changes in personal circumstances and sources of income.

Temporal Coverage
  • 2016 / 2016
Geographic Coverage
  • South Africa (ZA)
Sampled Universe
The universe is all the suppliers to the NDC factory since it started operating in 2011. The sampling frame was the suppliers to the factory who were active between January 2013 and December 2015.
Sampling
The strategy was to interview every supplier who could be reached on the listed contact numbers in the register. The retention pattern of telephone contacts in a case like this, over a two year period, is unpredictable and totally random. So the realised sample can be deemed to be totally random, although it may not necessarily be representative of the whole sample.
Time Dimension
  • Cross-section
    Cross-section
Collection Mode
  • Face-to-face interview
Availability
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Rights
By accessing the data, you give assurance that The data and documentation will not be duplicated, redistributed or sold without prior approval from the rights holder. The data will be used for scientific research or educational purposes only. The data will only be used for the specified purpose. If it is used for another purpose the additional purpose will be registered. Redundant data files will be destroyed. The confidentiality of individuals/organisations in the data will be preserved at all times. No attempt will be made to obtain or derive information from the data to identify individuals/organisations. The HSRC will be acknowledged in all published and unpublished works based on the data according to the provided citation. The HSRC will be informed of any books, articles, conference papers, theses, dissertations, reports or other publications resulting from work based in whole or in part on the data and documentation. For archiving and bibliographic purposes an electronic copy of all reports and publications based on the requested data will be sent to the HSRC. To offer for deposit into the HSRC Data Collection any new data sets which have been derived from or which have been created by the combination of the data supplied with other data. The data team bears no responsibility for use of the data or for interpretations or inferences based upon such uses. Failure to comply with the End User License may result in sanctions being imposed.
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Update Metadata: 2019-09-22 | Issue Number: 549 | Registration Date: 2018-01-09

Mupela, Evans Ngosa; Ngandu, Norval Stewart; Human Sciences Research Council (2017): An Outcomes Evaluation of the NDC fruit processors factory in Tzaneen (NDC) 2016: Suppliers. Version: 1.0. HSRC - Human Science Research Council SA. Dataset. http://doi.org/10.14749/1481784255