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Comments and inputs from future reviewers should contribute to the development of country agricultural strategies. E. V. K. Jaycox Vice President Africa Region World Bank February 5, 1993 Page vii CONTENTS 1 Introduction and Summary 1 The Objectives for African Agriculture 2 Constraints to Achievements of Objectives 5 An Agricultural Strategy for Africa 7 Short-Term vs. Long-Term Measures and Supply Response 15 A Focus for the World Bank 15 Part I. The Setting 2 Recent Performance of African Agriculture 23 Agricultural Growth 23 Food Security and Poverty Alleviation 24 Natural Resources and the Environment 25 Performance of World Bank Agricultural Projects 27 3 Objectives for Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa 31 Growth of Production and Value Added 31 Poverty Alleviation and Food Security 31 Employment Creation 34 Natural Resource Management 34 Are the Objectives Feasible?
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