2 edition of Public investment and agrarian transformation in northern Nigeria found in the catalog.
Public investment and agrarian transformation in northern Nigeria
1983 by Centre for Social and Economic Research, Ahmadu Bello University in [Zaria .
Written in English
|Statement||by Björn Beckman.|
|Series||CSER reprint ;, no. 13|
|LC Classifications||HD2145.5 .B43 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||87402849|
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Agricultural Finance Yearbooktransformation of the agricultural sector: the role of agricultural finance. This year report examines various initiative that have been taken to imporve financial sector support to investment and business operations in the Ugandan agricultural sector in Keywords: Agriculture Finance.
published widely on the agrarian and peasant question. His most recent book, The Green Revolution in Nigeria or the Modernization of Hunger () is primarily a critique of the strategies pursued by various regimes since independence, especially the 'Green Revolution'. To address these challenges, Nigeria has developed policies and various initiatives, a main thrust being its transformation agenda in the frame of the Vision program.
Vision regards agricultural development as one way to make Nigeria one of the top 20 global economies by Cited by: 1. In sub-Saharan Africa, agricultural sector productivity considerably lags other regions (see Fig. ).According to NEPAD (), Africa has 33 million farms of less than 2 hectares, accounting for 80% of all that the farming system mainly relies on family’s capital and labor force for production, the overall productivity is by: 1.
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Of these countries, Ethiopia and Nigeria are forecast to. This is a teaching outline of Political Economy of Africa in a Postgraduate Programme (Masters Degree) “Agrarian Change in Northern Ghana: Public Investment, Capitalist Farming and Famine”.
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This dependence on the government means that the funding levels depend on the fluctuations of. Nigeria not only in employment generation but also for overall economic growth. It showcases the agriculture sector as the most critical and basic sector that has significant potentials for the transformation of the Nigerian economy.
It provides the overview of agricultural development in Nigeria and also provides Public investment and agrarian transformation in northern Nigeria book framework for. Saturnino ('Jun') M. Borras Jr. is a Professor of Agrarian Studies at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague and Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Peasant is on the Web of Science Global Highly Cited Researchers List (, ), and is a recipient of the European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant () for his research project, "commodity & land.
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The process of long-term economic development is characterised by a sectoral transition away from an economic structure based on agriculture to one dominated by manufactures and services.1 The nature of this transition away from agriculture is apparent from the evolution of agriculture’s share of GDP and employment, shown in Figures and respectively for a range of OECD and emerging.
Those who hope that the huge difficulties in face of small farmers-cum-laborers gaining a “decent livelihood” might be overcome by policies focusing not merely on land but on promoting access to inputs and markets (e.g., Dorward and Kydd) have to recognize that such an approach requires “far higher levels of public investment and a much Cited by: Cambridge Core - European Studies - Agrarian Reform in Russia - by Carol S.
LeonardAuthor: Carol S. Leonard. Uganda obtained independence from Britain inemerging as a poor agrarian economy dominated by agriculture.
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The vision in the transformation strategy is to achieve a hunger-free Nigeria through an agricultural sector that drives income growth, accelerates achievement of food and nutritional security, generates employment and transforms Nigeria into a leading player in global food markets to grow wealth for millions of farmers.
Downloadable. We assess the extent young rural women (YRW) participate in the federal government (FGN)e-wallet programme and the subsequent impact on usage intensity of modern agricultural inputs in Nigeria. Six hundred YRW were sampled across six geopolitical zones of Nigeria.
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THE INFLUENCE OF AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA. CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION. Background to the Study. Agriculture accounts for about 20 percent of GDP, in the African sub-region (World Bank, ); two third of the people derive from livelihoods and 40 percent of exports commodities come from this sector (World Author: Chrisantus Oden.
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Barbier. Finally, it is increasingly acknowledged that secure land rights are a necessary but insufficient condition to promote on‐farm investment, productivity growth, broader multiplier/growth linkages between on‐farm and off‐farm development, and rural economic by: 1. The African Development Bank Group announced today the appointment of Atsuko Toda as Director for Agricultural Finance and Rural Development with effect from 1st December Ms.
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Of course, the agrarian strategy. ×Chapter 11 tracks progress on CAADP indicators outlined in the CAADP Results Framework for – in the areas of economic growth, food and nutrition security, employment, poverty, agricultural production and productivity, intra-African trade and market.
IFPRI is a CGIAR Research Center IFPRI HEADQUARTERS. Eye Street, NW Washington, DC USA Phone +1 Fax +1 Email [email protected] The use of land contracts such as share-cropping and rentals and even exchanges called ‘‘sales” have been documented since at least the early s, in the cocoa-growing areas of Ghana and Ivory Coast, 25 and for various periods in the densely populated zone of Northern Nigeria, parts of Kenya and other places.
26 Such contracts and Cited by: Redistributing land from the former to the latter could promote agrarian transformation, especially if coupled with reform of water provision.
This has been ignored, despite irrigation being a critical factor in agricultural productivity, and access to water being a constitutional right and a focus of the National Development Plan.
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In northern Nigeria, all land was held by the imam in trust for the people and the cultivators enjoyed only the right of use. 55 Interests in land under the operative Maliki School of Law could be transferred based on rules of succession. 56 Land rights (over uncultivated land) could also be acquired from having the permission of the imam to Author: Chilenye Nwapi.Holmes, E.
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