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BACKGROUND: During the last 30 years, the physical, cultural, and socioeconomic environment in which cropping is carried out has changed in much of Africa. Population den [...]
English | 01 August 1995 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Raising agricultural productivity remains a major challenge in developing countries. Farm productivity is especially low in Sub-Saharan Africa, where fertilizer use lags [...]
2016-02 | Report |
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The market structure in Zambia’s sugar industry is highly concentrated, leading to consumers paying higher prices than expected given the low cost of sugar production i [...]
2014-12 | Report |
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Even under optimistic assumptions about the rate of urbanization and growth of non-farm employment, agriculture will still be the main source of livelihood for the majori [...]
2014-04 | Report |
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For several reasons, fertilizer subsidies are again popular policy tools. First, there is broad agreement that fertilizer is a critical yet still-underused input for impr [...]
2011-05 | Report |
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Without renewed attention to sustained agricultural productivity growth, most small farms in developing countries will become increasingly unviable economic and social un [...]
2011-05 | Report |
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Decades of research have led to substantially improved understanding of the nature of food insecurity. A combination of economic growth and targeted programs resulted in [...]
2009-10 | Working or Discussion Paper |

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