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Taxation for Weather Based Index Insurance in Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia

"A major potential area for support for agriculture insurance for small-scale farmers has been premium subsidies from the government. However, premium subsidy decisions are difficult to make for governments in developing countries, particularly gi...

Foreign Investments and Livelihoods in Northern Zambia

This study employs a wider livelihoods approach to challenge some insular neo-classical economic narratives on the nature, process and impact of large-scale land acquisitions on smallholder farmers living on Africa’s customary land. Large-scale ...

The Rise and Decline of Small-Scale Sugarcane Production in South Africa A Historical Perspective

"South Africa’s sugar industry has long been distinguished by its large number of small-scale sugarcane growers (SSGs) farming on ‘communal’ land and its peculiar, privately administered regulatory structure. In recent years, however, the number o...

An Assessment of the Effects of Technology Transfer on Gender Roles within a Community: The Development of Tea and Coffee Production among Smallholder Farmers in Kiambu District, Central Province Kenya

"The main objective of this study was to assess the impact of the adoption of an entire package of technology on gender roles within the farming communities, with the intent of determining any imbalances that need to be addressed. In this case, th...

Space, Markets and Employment in Agricultural Development: South Africa Country Report

"Throughout much of the developing world, including sub-Saharan Africa, agriculture is frequently viewed as central to efforts to foster development and reduce poverty. Key conceptual and policy issues accordingly raised in relation to agriculture...

Developing the Capacity and Improving Access of Small-Scale Farmers to Low Cost Artificial Substrate Mushroom Cultivation in South-Eastern Nigeria

"Low cost artificial substrate mushroom production and marketing hold some potential to create wealth and reduce poverty among small-scale farmers as well as improve nutritional status of households’ members. It offers a way to mitigate the effect...

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