Hill et al MIFIRA Uganda Draft Report 2011.doc

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identify how they correspond to the most prevalent ‘standard’ grades as sold in Kampala). Grade 1 _____________ Grade 1.5 ___________ Grade 2 _____________ 5. For bean traders, what percentage of your trade in beans is Nambale Long?__________ Enumerator Note: If the respondent trades only in beans and does not trade in Nambale Long, thank the trader for his/her time and end the survey. If beans account for the highest percentage and Nambale Long is traded, proceed with the rest of the survey only for beans . For volumes purchased/sold and prices, ie through Question B1, refer only to Nambale Long; for transport, storage and stocking costs, answer for all beans generally. If maize grain and/or maize flour are the highest percentage, proceed with the rest of the survey only for maize grain and flour . Commodity chosen for remainder of survey: MAIZE / BEANS (circle)
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Page 41 of 57 6. Identify your suppliers (circle the primary supplier, by volume purchased). Complete the questions on the right for indicated suppliers. Supplier Do you buy maize / beans ( circle ) from this group of suppliers? (Circle primary supplier; use codes for transport) Do you buy maize / beans from this group of suppliers through a broker ? Tick as appropriate. Usual mode of Transport from this group of suppliers Tick if yes Always Sometimes (Use Codes) Wholesalers who sell in the same market as you, and buy from aggregators Wholesalers who sell in the same market as you, and buy from wholesalers Wholesalers who sell in a different market from yours, and buy from aggregators Wholesalers who sell in a different market from yours, and buy from wholesalers ‘Purchasing Agent’ (Aggregator without personal capital) who buys from farmers Other Aggregator who buys from farmers Aggregator who buys from purchasing agents Brokers ( do not know identity/role of seller) Farmers Farmers’ Associations Transporters Other (specify)____________________ Codes for mode of transport used (check all that apply) 1= Within the market (no transport) 4= Rent small vehicle 7= Own Lorry 2= Bicycle 5= Own small vehicle 8= Supplier arranges for delivery 3= Motorcycle 6= Rent Lorry 9=Other (specify): _______ 7. Do you primarily use your OWN funds (/capital) or other traders’ funds (/capital) to purchase maize / beans? (circle) OWN / SUPPLIERS’ / BUYERS’ 8. In what month(s) was most of the maize that you are currently BUYING harvested? ___________________ 9. In what month(s) was most of the maize that you are currently SELLING harvested? ___________________ [Note: in following questions, specify prices and volumes for the maize from this harvest.] 10. Please tell us about your purchasing and selling activity during the past 30 days. Maize grain/Beans Maize flour Grade 1 Grade 1.5 Grade 2 Current Purchasing Price (Sh/ quantity) / N/A N/A N/A Total volume purchased in last 30 days N/A N/A N/A Current Sales Price (Sh / quantity) / / / / Total volume sold in the last 30 days Codes for Quantities 1= KG 3=100 KG bag 5=Other: ________
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Page 42 of 57 2= 50 KG bag 4= Metric Ton 11. Is your current sales volume of the above food commodities over the past month low / normal / or high for this time of year? Tick appropriate box.
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