Since April 1994, the FSP has carried out data collection, analysis and outreach related to the smallholder sector in Nampula and Cabo Delgado Provinces, in cooperation with the respective Provincial Directorates of Agriculture. This research has been geographically focused on areas of those two northern provinces with agro-climatic conditions favorable for a variety of staple food crops, the most important of which are maize, manioc, sorghum, groundnuts and beans, and where cotton and cashew nut are the most important smallholder cash crops. This report documents the methods used, and presents some initial descriptive findings from this research program.


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