Hill et al MIFIRA Uganda Draft Report 2011.doc

Factors affecting speed of sourcing maize grain beans

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Factors affecting speed of sourcing Maize grain Beans Availability of cash Availability of credit Availability of transport Availability of commodity Availability of your time Availability of labour Proximity to source Insecurity Communication problems Other (specify)___________________ 4. What factors would have to change in order for you to sell more than the amount specified above? (Indicate all that apply, using codes; circle the most important). Maize grain (use codes below) Beans (use codes below) Capacity change codes 0= I do not want to increase my capacity 6= Lower transport costs 12= Lower credit costs 1= Increased selling price 7= Require licenses 13= Improved security 2= Lower purchase price 8= Require additional storage 14= Fewer requests for credit
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Page 11 of 57 3= Require more of own time for business 9= Require access to credit 15= Other (specify):___ 4= Require more trustworthy employees 10=Improved infrastructure 5= Require greater transport availability 11= Availability of cash/capital Enumerator Note: At the end of the interview, ask the trader if he/she would mind providing us with additional contacts (and cell phone numbers if possible) for: 1. A trader from whom he/she purchases goods 2. A trader to whom he/she sells goods 3. A trader who engages in trade of similar commodities and at a similar level as him/her (ie a competitor) Indicate the type of trader the contact is, and his/her relationship to the respondent (using numbers above). Name Type of Trader Location/Address Phone Number
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