Policy Brief No. 28. Agriculture and Social Protection in Malawi: Fertiliser Policies and Politics

Abstract

Agricultural and social protection policies must be understood in the context of political agendas, market development and trends in rural livelihoods. This Briefing Paper reviews interactions between agricultural and social protection policies in Malawi – classified as social protection from, independent of, for, through and with agriculture – and their impacts on livelihoods and welfare. Specific attention is given to the evolution of input subsidy policies (i.e. 'fertiliser politics').

Citation

Future Agricultures Policy Brief 028, March 2009, 8 pp.

Policy Brief No. 28. Agriculture and Social Protection in Malawi: Fertiliser Policies and Politics

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