Agriculture plays a major role in the economies of most Sub-Saharan African countries – creating employment, boosting GDP and supporting the livelihoods of many of the region’s poorest households. Yet the region has gone from being a net food exporter to a net food importer over the last four decades. Ensuring an adequate supply of food is a major challenge and governments have employed a range of pricing and procurement measures in an effort to achieve this, with varying degrees of success.
To download the policy research paper on Managing agricultural commercialization for inclusive growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, visit agripolicyoutreach.org/research-paper
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