3 edition of Technology for small-scale farmers in sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
Technology for small-scale farmers in sub-Saharan Africa
|Statement||Stephen J. Carr.|
|Series||World Bank technical paper,, no. 109|
|LC Classifications||S494.5.A65 C37 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 106 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||89024905|
Women and agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa refers to the agricultural system in Sub-Saharan Africa that is predominantly small-scale farming system with more than 50% of the agricultural activity performed by women, producing about % of the food in this region. While women provide the majority of the labor in agricultural production, their access and control over productive resources is. On agricultural sustainability and its measurement in small-scale farming in sub-Saharan Africa. On agricultural sustainability and its measurement farming in sub-Saharan Africa Download PDF. Tweet. 2MB Sizes 0 Downloads 0 Views. Report. Technology roadmap: Cattle farming sustainability in Germany.
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Technology for Small-Scale Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experience With Food Crop Production in Five Major Ecological Zones (World Bank Technical Paper) [Carr, Stephen J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Technology for Small-Scale Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experience With Food Crop Production in Five Major Ecological Zones (World Bank Cited by: 1 day ago Almost 50% of farmers in sub-Saharan Africa are women.
But women in low- and middle-income countries are 23% less likely than are men to own a mobile phone with an Internet connection 3.
This study draws together information on the technology which is available to small-scale farmers in Africa and assesses its applicability in the context of the financial, economic and manegerial constraints which face rural households.
It also draws on the experience of the World Bank through an analysis of the technologies which have been proposed for twenty-five projects in five different.
Pula assists hundreds of thousands of small-scale farmers across six countries in Africa. Farmers can safeguard their crops and invest in their farms through financial tools that take advantage of the rising use of mobile technology. Futurepump develops solar-powered irrigation technologies to help the million one-acre farmers around the.
And although sub-Saharan Africa might have half of a Kenyan company that solves market access issues by using technology to link farmers in rural areas with the many small-scale vendors in and Author: Aisha Majid.
Investments in agri-technology in Sub-Saharan Africa 23 Notes 23 References 23 Providing small-scale farmers access to finance, markets, and good agronomic practices in Nigeria 47 DATs in Sub-Saharan Africa. This book is the result of an endeavor by the Disruptive Agricultural Technology (DAT) Africa team, based within the Agriculture.
Unfortunately, when it comes to farming in Africa, there’s very little education being drawn from adversity. In fact, there are major obstacles that limit the success of small-scale farming in Africa.
These obstacles can be categorized in four sections, namely: 1) climate, 2) technology and education, 3) financing and 4) policy and. An estimated(of approximately 95 million) rural smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa meet the basic conditions to be able to benefit from these pumps, based on farm size, lack of grid electricity, access to a water source, and adequate income.
Experts bet on technology, innovations as rescue measure to agriculture and use of proven high-yielding climate-smart maize technologies by smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa, is one of.
12 hours ago These huge inequalities mean small-scale farmers (who produce more than 70% of food in Asia and sub – Saharan Africa), as well as the more than billion workers on farms. While drones are used sporadically to support small-scale farmers in Mozambique and Tanzania, as well as agribusinesses in Morocco, the majority of drones deployed in Africa are used for wildlife monitoring.
Observers suggest that increasing regulations pertaining to drones and UAVs is key to advancing Africa’s agriculture sector. An industry potentially providing about 70% of a country’s GDP and more than 80% of its employment, should receive careful focus.
This of course is agriculture, and more specifically – farming. Across most of sub-Saharan Africa, farming (small-scale farming, in particular), is the primary livelihood of the majority of the population.
Most smallholder farmers in Africa appreciate the value of fertilizers, but they are seldom able to apply them at the recommended rates and at the appropriate time because of high cost, lack of credit, delivery delays, and low and variable returns (Sanchez et al., ).
Most farm inputs into African farming, including fertilizers, are imported. This study explores the challenges that small‐scale farmers in sub‐Saharan Africa face when using a mobile phone technology in crop farming projects and proposes areas for future improvement.
The study used a systematic literature search conducted by authors at 3 levels, in which studies initially identified were then narrowed to WORLD-CLASS TECHNOLOGIES FOR FARMERS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA xi tour for policy makers to better understand biotechnology.
In each case, AATF is contributing to solving tough problems to help African farmers improve yield, income, and lives. We focus on more than the value chain. Suggested Citation:"Front Matter."National Research Council. Emerging Technologies to Benefit Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South gton, DC:.
The ability of African farmers to increase productivity is critical in order to provide food and economic growth to support its growing population. The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) predicts that the agricultural market in Sub-Saharan Africa alone will grow from $ billion in to $1 trillion by This equates to a fivefold.
In sub-Saharan Africa, the growth rate of agricultural GDP per capita was close to zero during the early s, reaching negative figures in some years.
This changed in the s, when agricultural GDP growth reached % per year, increasing to % a year from to Smallholder farmers provide up to 80% of Asia and sub-Saharan Africa’s food, where the vast majority of the world’s poor people live, according to the International Fund for Agricultural.
Technology hope for African farmers. Yet obstacles remain even when the tools are made affordable to small-scale growers. the success of smart farming in sub-Saharan Africa will hinge on.
African smallholder farmers are some of the most impoverished people in the world (43% are women) and they account for 80% of food production in sub-Saharan Africa .Get this from a library! Technology for small-scale farmers in sub-Saharan Africa: experience with food crop production in five major ecological zones.
[Stephen Carr].ISHS XXVIII International Horticultural Congress on Science and Horticulture for People (IHC): International Symposium on Postharvest Technology in the Global Market IDENTIFICATION OF APPROPRIATE POSTHARVEST TECHNOLOGIES FOR SMALL SCALE HORTICULTURAL FARMERS AND MARKETERS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND SOUTH ASIA - PART 1.