2 edition of Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural sub-Saharan Africa
by International Bank for Reconstruction and Development in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||Steven Haggblade, Peter B. Hazell, and James Brown.|
|Series||Policy, planning, and research working papers ;, WPS 6., Agricultural policy, Policy, planning, and research working papers ;, WPS 6., Policy, planning, and research working papers.|
|Contributions||Hazell, P. B. R., Brown, James G., 1945-|
|LC Classifications||HD2120.S8 H34 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||88152025|
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In doing so, it documents the extent, composition, spatial density, and growth patterns of the rural nonfarm economy as well as Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural sub-Saharan Africa book policies that are leikely to enhance its role in the development process".
Downloadable. This paper is an accumulation, over the past 25 years, of a body of detailed work examining the structure of Africa's rural, nonfarm economy. First, it systematically reviews empirical evidence on the nature and magnitude of the African rural, nonfarm economy.
It then explores differences across locality and size, across countries and over time, in an effort to assess likely. Downloadable (with restrictions).
This paper is an accumulation, over the past 25 years, of a body of detailed work examining the structure of Africa's rural, nonfarm economy. First, it systematically reviews empirical evidence on the nature and magnitude of the African rural, nonfarm economy.
It then explores differences across locality and size, across countries and over time, in an effort. Haggblade, S., Hazell, P. and Brown, J. () Farm/Nonfarm Linkages in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa, Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications (Washington, Cited by: 7.
In terms of income, Davis et al., and Adjognon et al. found rural non-farm income shares in Africa to be ranging from 22% to 93% and Egyei and Adzoror () agreed that % is common. For Sub-Saharan Africa as a whole, the decline in the rural population was matched by a decline in agricultural employment (i.e.
the (p) regional average lies close to the diagonal line in the figure). This suggests that there was no significant change in the share of rural nonfarm employment in the : Valerie Mueller.
Non-farm activities play an important role in income of these households all across the world, even in regions commonly thought of as subsistenceoriented, such as Sub-Saharan Africa.
In a rare worldwide comparison of the importance of non-farm income in developing countries, Africa ranked first with 42% of total rural income, followed by Latin Cited by: Linkages between the farm and nonfarm sectors at the household level in rural Ghana: A consistent stochastic distance function approach Article in Agricultural Economics 41(1) January.
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Please click button to get farm nonfarm linkages in rural sub saharan africa book now. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Sub-Saharan Africa's turnaround over the past couple of decades has been dramatic. After many years in decline, the continent's economy picked up in the mids.
Along with this macroeconomic growth, people became healthier, many more youngsters attended schools, and the rate of extreme poverty declined from 54 percent in to 41 percent Cited by: The Afrint project which has been running since is an interdisciplinary, comparative project looking initially at the possibilities for an Asian style Green Revolution in nine countries in Sub-Saharan Africa on the basis of household level data for around smallholder farms.
This chapter provides a broad descriptive background of central aspects of smallholder agriculture in six countries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). It offers an up-to-date picture of the current trends of crop production, area productivity, levels of commercialization, and sources of cash incomes among 2, farming households.
Structured around smallholder production, commercialization, and. Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural sub-Saharan Africa pp. Steven Haggblade, Peter Hazell and James Brown Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: A proposal for Latin America pp.
Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet Land-contingent poverty. 1. Introduction. To the extent that about 70 per cent of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa live in rural areas and depend on agriculture for their livelihoods (Nnadi et al., ), improving smallholder farmers’ access to markets both locally and internationally could be one of the strategies to achieving the eight millennium development goals.
Kenya in particular has 90 per cent of Cited by: Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural sub-Saharan Africa (Inglês) This paper is an accumulation, over the past 25 years, of a body of detailed work examining the structure of Africa's rural, nonfarm economy.
Haggblade S, Peter H, Brown J (). Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural Sub-Saharan Africa. World Develop. 17(8), Crossref: Jari B (). Institutional and technical factors influencing agricultural marketing channel choices amongst smallholder and Author: M.
Tshuma. Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural sub-Saharan Africa / Steven Haggblade, Peter B. Hazell, and James Brown Prospects for equitable growth in rural sub-Saharan Africa / Steven Haggblade, Peter B.
Harriss, B. Regional growth linkages from agriculture and resource flows in the non-farm economy. Agricultural Extension and Administration 22(1/2), 31 - Policy is what it does: state trading in rural south by: 3.
Rural Nonfarm Growth and Poverty Reduction Share Page. Book Table of Contents compared to 27 percent in Sub-Saharan Africa also examine the effects of rural farm/nonfarm linkages by dividing nonfarm activities into low-return wage work (paying equal to or less than the median agricultural wage of a village), high-return wage work, and.
Published Journal Articles. Dzanku, F. Food security in rural sub-Saharan Africa: Exploring the nexus between gender, geography and off-farm employment. rural-urban and farm-nonfarm relationships, flows and migration Foreword to Poverty and rural development: planners, peasants and poverty by Karigirappa Puttaswamaiah.
Papers from seminar on ‘Planners, Peasants and Poverty: Rural-Urban and Farm-Nonfarm Relations in Economic Development’ (, Institute of Development Studies, University of.East Africa’s manufacturing sector: Promoting technology, innovation, productivity and linkages, a research project financed by the East Africa Resource Center, Africa Development Bank.
Smallholder Agriculture in Transition: Behavior, constraints, and policies with a focus on Ethiopia,File Size: KB.In Search for broad-based growth: Linkages and policy effects in a village economy in rural Ethiopia Ethiopia Pathways to breaking the poverty trap in Ethiopia: Investments in agricultural water, education, and markets Ethiopia Reducing poverty in sub- Saharan Africa through investments in water and other priorities.