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Building on successes in African agriculture:

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CONTENTS: 1. African Agriculture: Past Performance, Future Imperatives / Steven Haggblade, Peter Hazell, Ingrid Kirsten, and Richard Mkandawire; 2. Generalizing from Past Successes / Steven Haggblade; 3. Recent Growth in African Cassava / Felix Nweke, Steven Haggblade, and Ballard Zulu; 4. Maize Breeding in East and Southern Africa, 1900–2000 / Melinda Smale and T. S. Jayne; 5. Mali's White Revolution: Smallholder Cotton from 1960 to 2003 / James Tefft; 6. Smallholder Dairy in Kenya / Margaret Ngigi; 7. Are Kenya's Horticultural Exports a Replicable Success Story? / Nicholas Minot and Margaret Ngigi; 8. Strategies for Sustainable Natural Resource Management / Steven Franzel, Frank Place, Chris Reij, and Gelson Tembo; 9. The Changing Policy Environment Facing African Agriculture / Francis Chigunta, Ross Herbert, Michael Johnson, and Richard Mkandawire; 10. The Pretoria Statement on the Future of African Agriculture

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Paper provided by International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in its series 2020 vision focus with number 12.

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Date of creation: 2004
Handle: RePEc:fpr:2020fo:12
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