5 edition of Agricultural technology in Sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
|Statement||Suzanne Gnaegy and Jock R. Anderson, editors, with contributions by Jacques Brossier ... [et al.].|
|Series||World Bank discussion papers,, 126|
|Contributions||Gnaegy, Suzanne, 1956-, Anderson, Jock R., 1941-, Brossier, Jacques.|
|LC Classifications||S494.5.I5 A323 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||91021078|
Downloadable! The Symposium on the Impact of Technology on Agricultural Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa funded by AID/AFR/ARTS and AID/RD/EID under the Michigan State University Food Security Cooperative Agreements, was held in Washington, D.C., Oct. , A primary purpose of the symposium was to present evidence which would either confirm or contradict the perception that . Ajayi m.T, Fatunbi AO and Akinbamijo O. O (). Strategies for Scaling Agricultural Technologies in Africa. Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), Accra Ghana FARA encourages fair use of this material. Proper citation is requested. Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa 12 Anmeda Street, Roman Ridge PmB CT , Accra, Ghana.
Over the past thirty years, most of Sub-Saharan Africa has seen rapid population growth, poor agricultural performance, and increasing environmental degradation. Why do these problems seem so intractable?Author: Cleaver, Kevin Schreiber, Gotz. The paper provides a vision for African governments, donor agencies and others working on African agriculture. After twenty-five years of agricultural growth slower than population growth, and increasing problems of food insecurity and environmental degradation, a reassessment of government and donor agricultural strategies in sub-Saharan Africa is required.
of agricultural technology in sub-Saharan Africa: regulation, public agricultural research and enterprise development. It is based on a longer study (Tripp, ). Regulation can be seen as a response to inadequate information, and can be implemented through both public and private agencies. In addition, private enterprise. This book shares research and practice on current trends in digital technology for agricultural and rural development in the Global South. Growth of research in this field has been slower than the pace of change for practitioners, particularly in bringing socio-technical views of information technology and agricultural development perspectives together. The contents are therefore structured.
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The Economics of Agricultural Technology in Semiarid Sub-Saharan Africa (The Johns Hopkins Studies in Development) [Sanders, Professor John H., Shapiro, Professor Barry I., Ramaswamy, Professor Sunder] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Economics of Agricultural Technology in Semiarid Sub-Saharan Africa (The Johns Hopkins Studies in Development)Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: List of Figures --List of Tables --Foreword --Preface --Introduction Economic and Agricultural Stagnation in Sub-Saharan Africa (starting p.3) A Strategy of Agricultural Technology Development for the Semiarid and Subhumid Regions of Sub-Saharan Africa (starting p.
Genre/Form: Kongress Conference papers and proceedings Washington (DC, ) Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Agricultural technology in Sub-Saharan Africa. Book Description. Sustainable Intensification (SI) has recently emerged as a key concept for agricultural development, recognising that yields must increase to feed a growing world population, but it must be achieved without damage to the environment, on finite land.
In sub-Saharan Africa, agricultural sector productivity considerably lags other regions (see Fig. ).According to NEPAD (), Africa has 33 million farms of less than 2 hectares, accounting for 80% of all that the farming system mainly relies on family’s capital and labor force for production, the overall productivity is by: 1.
The agricultural policy environment in sub-Saharan Africa in the last 15 years has been erratic, especially with regard to adoption of biotechnology. While many biotech products such as tissue culture (TC) banana, hybrid maize, and others are now frequent at farm level, the adoption of some of the technologies remains relatively low, partly due to political and regulatory bottlenecks that have Cited by: 1.
Emerging Technologies to Benefit Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia identifies sixty emerging technologies with the potential to significantly improve agricultural productivity in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
Eighteen technologies are recommended for immediate development or. Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: Prospects and challenges for the next decade This chapter reviews the prospects and challenges facing the agricultural sector in Sub-Saharan Africa over the next decade.
It reviews sector performance, outlines the current market context, provides detailed quantitative medium term projections File Size: KB.
Sub-Saharan Africa has a wide variety of climate zones or biomes. South Africa and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in particular are considered Megadiverse has a dry winter season and a wet summer season.
The Sahel extends across all of Africa at a latitude of about 10° to 15° N. Countries that include parts of the Sahara Desert proper in their northern territories and. PDF | OnJoel W.
Ochieng and others published Biotechnology in Agricultural Policies of Sub-Saharan Africa | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Agriculture at a Crossroads: Volume V: Sub-Saharan Africa [International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Agriculture at a Crossroads: Volume V: Sub-Saharan AfricaPrice: $ book chapter. Modern agricultural technology adoption in sub-saharan Africa: A four-country analysis. Gershon Feder, Sara Savastano. Publisher(s): Routledge Earthscan.
Library Record; Agricultural and rural development in a globalizing world: Challenges and opportunities. ii Correct citation: AATF ().World-Class Technologies for Farmers in Sub-Saharan i, Kenya: African Agricultural Technology Foundation ISBN X.
The strong focus on agriculture allows for a comparative analysis of modern technology use across countries to a greater extent than what is feasible from using existing census data. Agricultural productivity has been stagnant in many regions of SSA, and there are concerns regarding the effectiveness of policies aimed at poverty reduction Cited by: 7.
This paper summarizes and interprets recent evidence on the impact of agricultural TDT in Sub-Saharan Africa, and draws lessons to improve the efficiency of future investment in African TDT. Agricultural Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Cases and Comments. introduces the subject of agricultural law and economics to researchers, practitioners, and students in common law countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, and presents information from the legal system in Botswana, Gambia, Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
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Agricultural Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Workshop on Research Issues Volume of World Bank discussion papers: Authors: Suzanne Gnaegy, Jock R. Anderson, Jacques Brossier: Publisher: World Bank, ISBN:Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Africa has the world's oldest record of human technological achievement: the oldest stone tools in the world have been found in eastern Africa, and later evidence for tool production by our hominin ancestors has been found across Sub-Saharan history of science and technology in Africa since then has, however, received relatively little attention compared to other regions of the.
News, analysis, multimedia and resources, including facts & figures, about agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa, including food security, farming and GM. This volume discusses emerging contexts of agricultural and ecosystem resilience in Sub Saharan Africa, as well as contemporary technological advances that have influenced African livelihoods.
In six sections, the book addresses the sustainable development goals to mitigate the negative impacts on agricultural productivity brought about by.pattern emerges as Sub -Saharan Africa is the only developing-country region that has seen its share of world agricultural imports increase rather than decrease (Baccetta, ; WB, ; and Christiansen, ).
The cause of poor export performance in agricultural sector .Abstract. Contracts are important to agricultural development in sub-Saharan Africa. Lawyers and economists need to understand basic contract principles to assist stakeholders in the agriculture and agribusiness value chains, including input (seed, fertilizer, equipment) and credit markets, forward contracting and proper contract specification so that resources move to their most-valued uses.