This flash edition provides the results of the survey carried out in April 2003 in central and north regions, in order to predict some information that could be useful for planning process of all food chain participants. It was found from the studied regions that there are different expectations of changes in agricultural production levels since last year. These expectations are mainly based on rainfall levels. In the Northern region there were good rainfall and better harvests are expected than last year. In contrast, poor rainfall occurred in the Central region, and poor harvests are expected. It was also found that transport availability, roads and regional markets conditions, diseases occurrence, especially AIDS, are some of the factors that will influence the agricultural markets operation in rural areas.


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