Policy Brief No. 27. Agriculture and Social Protection in Africa

Abstract

The following propositions are generally accepted:
1. Progress in reducing hunger and food insecurity in Africa is unacceptably slow.
2. Hunger and food insecurity are major impediments to poverty reduction in Africa.
3. Poverty, hunger and food insecurity in Africa are still predominantly rural.
4. Agriculture is a key sector in rural household strategies to exit poverty and food insecurity.
5. There is an urgent need for a renewed commitment to agricultural extension and research.

Citation

Future Agricultures Policy Brief 027, March 2009, 4 pp.

Policy Brief No. 27. Agriculture and Social Protection in Africa

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