Rebuilding West Africa's Food Potential: Policies and market incentives for smallholder-inclusive food value chains

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This book offers an in-depth analyses of value chain policies, past and present in West Africa. The book contains a large number of in-depth case studies of food value chains in particular countries, including traditional export commodities (cocoa, cotton), high value exports (mangoes, horticulture) and the most important staple food value chains (oil palm, rice, maize, sorghum and millet and cassava) in the region. It also contains a large number of private and public initiatives, and thematic analyses relating to the role of the private agro-industry and producer organisations and their role as market agents.

Rebuilding West Africa's Food Potential  -  Anglais (en)

Document Information

Document Type Report
Auteur Aziz Elbehri
Year of Publication 2013
Éditeur FAO an IFAD
Rome, Italy
Nombre de pages 593 pp.
Région / Pays Afrique, Afrique orientale et centrale, Afrique du Nord, Afrique du Sud, Afrique de l'Ouest /
Langue principale Anglais (en)
Mots-clés Finance Inclusive, Organisations De Producteurs, Agricultural Value Chains, Politique Agricole, Investment
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