3 edition of Agricultural policy and development in Cameroon found in the catalog.
Agricultural policy and development in Cameroon
April A. Gordon
|Statement||April A. Gordon.|
|Contributions||South Carolina Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||HD2139.5.Z8 G67 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||2001321222|
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Measuring about km east to west and 1, km from north to south, Cameroon covers an area of , km2. The country's climate varies with terrain, from tropical along coast to semiarid and hot in north. Agricultural sector. Agriculture is the main pillar of . The Nature of Agricultural Policy Instruments Objectives of Agricultural Policy The Role of Government Implementation of Strategies and Policies Discussion Points for Chapter 2 3 Broad Issues of Agricultural Policy Agricultural Policy and the Macroeconomic Framework Fiscal Expenditures and.
|a This booklet synthesizes findings from analysis of agricultural policy and performance in three African countries: Cameroon, Ghana and Mali. Case studies of each of these countries were undertaken as part of the Support for African Agriculture Project (SAAP), a project largely financed by the French Ministries of Foreign Affairs and. Goals / Objectives The general objective of this project is to identify and measure the determinants of technological change in agriculture, focusing on how government policy affects incentives for innovation and hence the speed and direction of new technology development, dissemination and adoption. Our specific objectives are: (1) to explain cross-country .
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