Dynamics of Transformation

Dynamics of Transformation

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Agriculture in African South of the Sahara (SSA) can be transformed if the right public support is provided at the initial stage, and it can sustain itself once the enabling environment is put in place. Successes are also specific to the location of projects. In Ghana, interesting insights are obtained from the successful Kpong Irrigation Project (KIP), contrasted with other major irrigation projects in the country. Through an exploratory review, we describe how a productive system evolved in KIP and how public support for critical aspects (accumulation of crop husbandry knowledge, selection and supply of profitable varieties, and mechanization of land preparation) might have created a productive environment that the private sector could enter and fill in the market for credit, processing, mechanization of harvesting, and other institutional voids that typically have constrained agricultural transformation in the rest of SSA. Slower progress in other projects also raises a number of questions. We conclude by summarizing those questions and some testable hypotheses for future research.Their spare parts, such as engines, are generally available in Tema, and relatively easy to get. ... Other more popular brands like Yammar, Kubota, and Daedong (lighter and suitable on muddy plots because they do not sink) are not seen, not because of their prices (Kubota is $1, 600 after subsidy, ... One combine can harvest 1 ha in a few hours, while manual harvest will take seven people and two days.

Title:Dynamics of Transformation
Author: Hiroyuki Takeshima, Kipo Jimah, Shashidhara Kolavalli, Xinshen Diao, Rebecca Lee Funk
Publisher:Intl Food Policy Res Inst - 2013-06-21

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