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Submitted by s.malhotra on Wed, 09/18/2019 - 11:53
A new report from the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) finds that millions of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) source directly from millions more smallholder farmers across Africa South of the Sahara. These SMEs, often led by women, include food processors, wholesalers, and retailers. SMEs provide a range of services, from transport and logistics to the sale of inputs such as fertilizer and seed to farmers.
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By: Swati Malhotra, IFPRI
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Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 06/21/2018 - 23:19
Gender equality plays a pivotal role in food security, poverty reduction, and overall development. In a new project note, an ongoing project from IFPRI’s Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division looks at how women in Africa can be better integrated into emerging high-value cash crop production markets.
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Policy Seminar: Nutrition-sensitive agriculture program in Burkina Faso improves children's nutritional outcomes
This post originally appeared on the IFPRI.org blog. Written by Smita Aggarwal.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 11/09/2017 - 14:22
The agricultural sector in Africa south of the Sahara has taken on an increasingly complex role in the region’s overall development, playing a major part in poverty reduction, food security, economic growth, climate change resilience, job creation, and improved nutrition. West Africa has experienced substantial economic growth in recent decades, with many countries slated to enter middle-income status by 2030, according to a new IFPRI Discussion Paper.