By Kevin M. Cleaver
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Cleaver, Kevin M. Cleaver p. (World Bank technical paper, ISSN 0253-7494 ; no. Africa Technical Department series) Includes bibliographical references. AgricultureEconomic aspectsAfrica, Sub-SaharanPlanning. Agriculture and stateAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Agricultural assistanceAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Agricultural development projectsAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Sustainable agricultureAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Title. 203. Africa Technical Department series.
In addition, expansion of farmers' groups can contribute to democratization. Farmers' groups are effective mechanisms in many cases for marketing and processing produce, for providing services to members, and in defending the interests of farmers and livestock owners. The fostering of and greater collaboration with these groups in rural areas will have to be part of the agricultural strategy. Only in the last several years has it been realized that the natural resource base in many African countries is deteriorating sharply.
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