Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2017

During the 3rd Annual Agricultural Policy Conference the World Bank Launched their Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2017 Reports. The report can be accessed at the following link: http://eba.worldbank.org/

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Up Coming Event: Third Annual Agriculture Policy Conference:The Role of Agri-food Systems in Promoting Industrialization in Tanzania Enhancing the Linkage of Upstream and Downstream Value Chain Activities in the Context of Agriculture Transformation

The third Annual Agricultural Policy Conference (AAPC) is scheduled to take place from 1st – 3rd March 2017 in Dar es Salaam. The theme for the 3rd AAPC is ” The Role of Agri-food Systems in Promoting Industrialization in Tanzania.”

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Developing the knowledge, skills and talent of youth to further food security and nutrition

Year of publication: 2016 Publisher: FAO/WFP/IFAD/CFS Pages: #60 p. Job Number: I5024; Agrovoc: youth; rural youth; agricultural development; male involvement; women’s participation; gender; educational resources; agricultural education; Abstract:This document will provide case studies from different regions, that set out the challenges, successes and lessons learned relating to the development of knowledge, skills and capacity for […]

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TANZANIA MAINLAND POVERTY ASSESSMENT: Main Report 2015

Tanzania – Mainland poverty assessment (Vol. 2) : Main report (English) ABSTRACT Since the early 2000s, Tanzania has seen remarkable economic growth and strong resilience to external shocks. Yet these achievements were overshadowed by the slow response of poverty to the growing economy. Until 2007, the poverty rate in Tanzania remained stagnant at around 34 […]

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Making Global Value Chains Work for Development: World Bank New Release for Policy Makers in Africa

https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/24426 Economic, technological, and political shifts as well as changing business strategies have driven firms to unbundle production processes and disperse them across countries. Thanks to these changes, developing countries can now increase their participation in global value chains (GVCs) and thus become more competitive in agriculture, manufacturing and services. This is a paradigm shift […]

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