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Chapter 7: Blueprint for Action
Integreren van kleine landbouwproducenten met commerciële landbouwactiviteiten in Sub-Sahara Afrika Gevalstudie Zuidelijk en Oostelijk Afrika
Linking Small-scale Farmers to Commercial Sector Activities
The Case of Southern and Eastern Sub-Sahara Africa
Beleidsvoorbereidend onderzoek 2000
VLIR - Universiteit Gent
Prof. Dr. ir. Patrick Van Damme & ir. Tinneke Dirckx
Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen
Vakgroep plantaardige productie
Laboratorium voor Tropische en Subtropische Plantenteelt en Etnobotanie
This report arose from discussions and meetings with people from a wide variety of organisations and communities to all of whom we are very grateful as they gave time to discuss with us and to patiently answer our questions. Without the kindness shown by these people, this research would not have been possible.
We want to thank everyone who read our text and gave suggestions to make it more useable.
A special word of thank is saved for VlIR that financed this research and gave us the chance to participate in this interesting and fascinating research.
As we would not have been able to finish this research without the support of family and friends, who had to miss us when we were abroad executing this research or during the evenings we spent writing, the least we can do to show them our gratitude is to send them a great ‘thank you very much’.
We hope that this report will give people (farmers, government, business community, donors, NGOs,…) ideas and some guidance in the search to transform agriculture into a more profitable and modernised sector in order to alleviate rural poverty in Southern and Eastern Africa, and more specifically in Tanzania and Zambia.
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