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Lutte Contre l'insécurité Alimentaire au Niger: Une Solution par la Micro Assurance Agricole

  • Ali Hadizatou Bongo

    (Centre de Recherche et de Formation pour le Développement Economique et Social (CREFDES), Université Chiekh Anta Diop)

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    Le Niger a été confronté à deux (2) crises alimentaires (2005 et 2010) en cinq (5) ans. Les solutions (aides extérieure, distributions gratuite et vente à prix modérés des céréales) préconisées par les autorités sont ponctuelles et ne permettent pas de prévenir les effets d’éventuelles crises. A travers cette analyse nous avons essayé d’analyser la possibilité du développement d’un produit de micro assurance agricole à l’intention des populations. Les Institutions de Microfinance (IMF) sont ciblées pour véhiculer le produit vu leur présence auprès des populations et de leur environnement réglementaire favorable à la mise en place des produits de micro assurance. Les partenaires au développement (Etat et bailleurs de fonds) ont également un rôle à jouer dans la mise en place des produits.

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    Paper provided by United Nations Development Programme, Regional Bureau for Africa in its series UNDP Africa Policy Notes with number 2012-006.

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    Length: 25 pages
    Date of creation: Feb 2012
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    Handle: RePEc:rac:wpaper:2012-006
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