Violence incidence in Food Supply Chains: the case of Nigerian Maize TradersDOWNLOAD
June 1, 2023 - Author: Carolina M. Vargas, Lenis Saweda O. Liverpool-Tasie, and Thomas Reardon
- The increase in the presence of non-state armed actors (NSAA) has increased violence-related shocks.
- Female traders have a higher chance of experiencing a violence shock. Women traders were more vulnerable to farmer-herder conflict and banditry than to Boko Haram.
- Both large and small traders are affected similarly by political and ethnic-related conflict.
- Urban traders have a higher probability of experiencing a violence shock, particularly for Boko Haram and banditry.
- There was a lot of NSAA at the origin (procure) and the destination (supply) of traders’ procurement and supply