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Published by Republic of Zambia, Agricultural Credit Study Team in [Lusaka?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Zambia.,
  • Zambia

Subjects:

  • Agricultural credit -- Zambia.,
  • Commercial credit -- Zambia.,
  • Farms, Small -- Zambia -- Finance.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD1440.Z33 A47 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 135 p. :
Number of Pages135
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1392569M
LC Control Number92982589

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  Republic of Zambia, Ministry of Agiic~ulture & Water Development/1R,01' Eastern Province Annual Report /(Chipafa:% Ministry of Agriculture and Water Development, a). Republic of Zambia, Ministry of Lands and Agriculture, Evaluation of IDZ Programme (Lusaka: Republic of Zambia, b). Zambia faces a challenge of developing policies that will increase agricultural production, reduce poverty and promote economic growth. During the past 25 years, Zambia’s agricultural policies have undergone major changes from an extreme state controlled and monopolistic system to the other extreme of market liberalization. AEARCTR Many farming households in sub-Saharan Africa lack access to formal credit and struggle to make ends meet between harvests. In a previous evaluation, researchers found that increasing access to credit during the hungry season helped farming households in rural Zambia allocate labor more efficiently, leading to improvements in productivity and well-being.   Mid-term Evaluation. Project design and objectives. and 80% of the total population of the province. The province is one of the poorest in Zambia. The Project aims at reaching directly 14 farm families (78 persons) including 13 living at or below the subsistence level, and 5 female-headed households (37% of total.