This book comprises ten chapters that run an exhaustive analysis of all the issues in smallholder agriculture.
This study aims to identify how Africa may transform its potentials into realities and actually secure its supply of food for affordable and healthy diets from the sustainable use of resources.
This paper presents a fact check on nine propositions regarding mechanization. Which ones are true? Which ones are false? To answer these questions, the study uses most of the recent literature on mechanization, thereby also providing a review of the current literature on agricultural mechanization in Africa.
The objectives of this report are first to describe the patterns and changing structures of the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) livestock sector and secondly to explore innovations that can help to address the complex trade-offs involved in investing in the development of a sustainable livestock sector.
This paper looks at historical ties between India and Africa. It identifies trade and investment patterns in recent decadesand describes the collaborations between India and several African countries in the field of agriculture.
The PARI annual report 2019 presents the highlights of PARI research conducted in 2019.
This report compiles about 15 thematic research that generated a series of information towards the delivery of innovation in crops, livestock, and fisheries in Cameroon.
This policy brief discusses the factors to consider for successful initiatives in order to empower farming households to access machinery in several African countries
This Policy Brief proposes an agenda for supporting sustainable development of seed systems in Africa.
This paper examines the state, drivers and, consequently, the impacts of agricultural mechanization in eleven countries in Africa.
This report looks at the suitability of potato varieties to processing techniques and a market prospection study on the possibility of introducing potato varieties into different market niches.
This policy brief discusses opportunities and challenges for scaling digital technologies in African agriculture.