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Extra resources for A strategy to develop agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa and a focus for the World Bank, Volumes 23-203
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Pro-active policies and efforts to bring in the private sector will be required. The linkage of agriculture to industry through the processing of agricultural products, the supply of farm inputs and the supply of consumer goods to farmers must be largely carried out by the private sector. Direct government investments in these commercial ventures have been almost universally unsuccessful, and are unlikely to succeed now or in the future in the increasingly harsh commercial environment characterizing agricultural markets.
It is also derived from the several success stories in African agriculture. This document will illustrate successful private sector development efforts in Kenya's horticulture sector; in Côte d'Ivoire's tree crop sector; more recently in small-scale private agricultural trade and processing in Ghana, 3 Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda. It takes lessons from successful cotton sector development in West Africa inspired by the French cotton company (CFDT). It refers to successful soil conservation projects in Burkina Faso, Rwanda, and Kenya; to promising technology development in maize, dairy production, fruit, vegetables, and cassava.