Papel del trabajo remunerado no agrícola en la productividad agrícola y bienestar. Evidencias de las provincias de Gaza y Maputo, al sur de Mozambique en 2015 Evidencias de las provincias de Gaza y Maputo, al sur de Mozambique en 2015


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Para viabilizar las condiciones de vida, proprietarios de las pequeñas y medianas explotaciones agrarias participan en actividades no agrícolas, como trabajo remunerado, reduciendo así el tiempo dedicado a la agricultura, situación que provoca inseguridad alimentaria, pero en otros casos aumenta su productividad agrícola y bienestar.Este artículo evalúa la importancia y los determinantes del trabajo remunerado no agrícola (TRNA) en la productividad agrícola y el bienestar de los agricultores familiares de Gaza y Maputo, sur de Mozambique, basado en los resultados de la encuesta agraria integrada 2015, realizado por el Ministerio de Agricultura y Seguridad Alimentaria. Para ello, fueron estimadas las familias participantes del TRNA, segmentado por los indicadores socio-demográficos, proceso productivo y bienestar por provincia. Los resultados revelan que el 55,4% de las explotaciones se ocuparon en 2015 del TRNA, una gran contribución al empleo. Los factores asociados a esa participación fueron la edad relativamente baja, tamaño numeroso de la familia, responsable familiar del sexo masculino, no casado, escolaridad relativamente alta, pequeña extensión de la tierra cultivada y baja reserva alimentaria. Esta situación contribuiu para una mayor productividad agrícola, así como a mejorar el bienestar familiar entre los participantes del TRNA, en términos de acceso a agua potable, animales domésticos, teléfono móvil y bicicleta. Este hecho propició una autoevaluación favorable de la situación económica del hogar en comparación con los tres años anteriores, lo que sugiere que el trabajo remunerado no agrícola combinado con agricultura puede constituir una estrategia política sostenible del desarrollo rural.


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Cossa, A. (2019). Papel del trabajo remunerado no agrícola en la productividad agrícola y bienestar. Evidencias de las provincias de Gaza y Maputo, al sur de Mozambique en 2015. MLS Psychology Research, 2(1). Recuperado a partir de https://mlsjournals.com/Psychology-Research-Journal/article/view/164


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