This policy brief presents insights from a study on the characteristics, opportunities, and challenges for local agricultural machinery manufacturers in four African countries, Benin, Kenya, Mali, and Nigeria.
What we do
We analyse the potential and impact of innovations in food systems and rural areas.
We identify framework conditions for the generation and dissemination of innovations.
We inform policy reforms and investment decisions for food security and income generation.
This paper examines the characteristics, opportunities, and challenges of local agricultural machinery manufacturers in Africa.
This paper presents the results of a study on biochar and compost production training and its welfare effects on farm households in Northern Ghana using doubly robust estimators.
Hybrid event hosted by PARI/ZEF, the Malabo Montpellier Panel and AKADEMIYA2063
The presentation builds upon Jakkie Cilliers’ book The Future of Africa: Challenges and Opportunities and a new website on Africa’s long term prospects offering empirical data that informs planning, prioritisation and effective resource allocation.
This event discussed what innovations, investments and policies are needed to boost the performance of Africa’s food and agriculture sectors beyond production.