1 edition of Problems of agricultural development in the Sudan found in the catalog.
Problems of agricultural development in the Sudan
|Statement||Günter Heinritz (ed.) ; [by] M.E. Abu Sin ... [et al.].|
|Series||Forum ;, 2, Forum (Edition Herodot) ;, 2.|
|Contributions||Heinritz, Günter., Abu Sin, Mohamed El-Hadi, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||S338.S8 P76 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||82168312|
A retrospective review, the report entitled Realizing the Potential for Diversified Development, shows that Sudan’s economy has undergone three distinct periods of varying economic growth between and Between and , Sudan’s gross domestic product (GDP) averaged percentage points, mainly due to growing labor and total. Sudan Economic Outlook Real GDP contracted in by an estimated % driven by a contraction in the services sector and investment in real estate and business services. Agriculture, accounting for 32% of GDP, also contracted in , due to shortages of inputs—especially fuel. And a weak business environment, where political uncertainty .
The Ministry of Agriculture in South Sudan has announced its goal of boosting food production in South Sudan to two million metric tons per year by South Sudan hopes to attract agricultural investors from Gulf Arab states, Israel, China, the Netherlands and fellow African countries in order to increase production of basic food items. The book brings together a series of background studies commissioned for the FAO’s report, ‘The State of Food and Agriculture – Women in Agriculture: Closing the Gender Gap for Development’ (1) and specifically focuses on the gender knowledge gaps – which are many, and run deep – that have existed in the study of.
Agricultural development is one of the most powerful tools to end extreme poverty, boost shared prosperity and feed a projected billion people by Growth in the agriculture sector is two to four times more effective in raising incomes among the poorest compared to other sectors. analyses found that 65% of poor working adults made a living through agriculture. Sudan - Sudan - Cultural life: The key to an understanding of contemporary Sudanese culture is diversity. Each major ethnic group and historical region has its own special forms of cultural expression. Because of Sudan’s great cultural diversity, it is difficult to classify the traditional cultures of the various peoples. Sudan’s traditional societies have diverse linguistic, ethnic.
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Sudan’s agricultural growth has been unbalanced, with the majority of irrigated agriculture concentrated in the Centre and a huge disparity in development indicators between the best- and worst-performing regions.
Thus, studies show that the vast majority of Sudanese are reported to be food insecure, especially. The history of agriculture extension and agricultural technology transfer started in Sudan in After independence inUSAID assisted the government in establishing agricultural extension.
ON THE EXPERIENCE OF ISLAMIC AGRICULTURAL FINANCE IN SUDAN: CHALLENGES AND SUSTAINABILITY 1. INTRODUCTION The financing of agriculture has continued to pose serious challenges to governments in developing countries for decades. Agriculture plays a dominant role in the economies of these countries.
In Sudan, for example, agriculture. Further to these challenges, the agricultural sector of Sudan faced other challenges such as; • The lack of information/data on Agriculture including the land ownership especially in the Nuba Mountain region.
This problem is manifested in the political violence/civil conflict in the region. Lack of agricultural productivity-enhancing technologies. There is little use of improved varieties of seed or breeds of livestock. Weak or non-existent capacity to provide farm and off -farm extension services to farmers Weak entrepreneurship.
Capacity development and consolidation of policy, laws, planning and information 1 institutions, systems and mechanism reforms and development in agriculture, fisheries and forestry of Sudan. 2 CPF STRATEGIC PRIORITIES 3 Capacity development of agricultural research, technology and knowledge development.
given project seems to be one of the greatest problems. There is limited transparency in the land use and allocation in the country, feeding into corruption. The corruption in land related issues is associated with larger-scale investments, agricultural development corridors, and their supply chains.
Key corruption. that agricultural development cannot solve all complex development problems. Targeting development initiatives is therefore a challenge which is explored later in the book. The final section clarifies a variety of terms that are used to discuss development issues and policy, and then explains the origin, context, and purpose of the book.
development, agricultural and allied activities, taking care of needs and requirements of. elderly family members, participation in social, political, religious, economic and cultural. areas (e.g. agriculture, small and medium enterprise development, employment and other non-agricultural sector) as well as improving access to basic services and infrastructure in.
In the early s, agriculture and livestock raising were the main sources of livelihood in Sudan for about 61 percent of the working population.
Approximately one-third of the total area of Sudan, the largest country on the African continent is suitable for agricultural development and heavier rainfall in the south permits both agriculture and herding by nomadic tribes.
Problems of irrigation and transportation remain the greatest constraints to a more dynamic agricultural economy. Sudan continues to strengthen links with key emerging country partners, especially China, Malaysia and India following the attraction of substantial “resource seeking” FDI from these countries since the late s.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry performs the following functions and duties: Formulate legislation, policies, standards, and plans for the development of agriculture and forestry in South Sudan. Prevention of environment degradation through tree planting, soil and water conservation and proper utilization of agricultural land.
Environmental Problems in Sudan 1. The Haige, The Netherlands. Institute of Social Studies. Esteva, G., Eliminating underdevelopment at its sources. Forests, Trees and People Newslett. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), EN Nahud Cooperative Credit Project Appraisal Report.
Agricultural Bank of Sudan, Khartoum. Introduction. Southern Sudan has an area ofSquare kilometers, which is equivalent to 25 % of the total area of the Sudan.
It is located at the centre of Sub-Saharan Africa, bordering Ethiopia in the East, Kenya, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the South and Central African Republic in the West and Northern part of the Sudan in the North.
by Detlef Barth and Matthias Oesterle January The development of productive and sustainable agriculture in South Sudan has been severely constrained by persistent armed conflict, post-harvest losses, livestock diseases, lack of tools and machinery and weak institutions.
By the early s Sudan found itself saddled with a large foreign debt, declining agricultural production, and little capital left to invest in the country’s traditional irrigated infrastructure and its network of railways, which transported its cotton and other exports.
The government has since continued to try to diversify its export-based agriculture with some success. Sudan E-Agriculture Strategy and Action Plan 2. THE E-AGRICULTURE AND ACTION PLAN The Sudan E-agriculture Strategy an Action Plan lays down a roadmap by which ICT developments can significantly contribute towards achievement of the country’s agricultural vision and development objectives.
Assessment of the Role of Agriculture in Sudan Economy Professor Dr. Issam A.W. Mohamed The calamities of Sudan expand on daily basis.
The secession of Southern Sudan has deprived the country of 25% of it total area, 24% of population, over 80% of its oil income.
Sudan's diverse natural resources can help support economic growth and development and can also be valuable assets in helping to rebuild the Darfur region and other parts of the country that have suffered years of conflict.
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has been providing environmental support to Sudan since the s. According to the Human Development Index, Sudan ranks out of — a ranking that clearly demonstrates the prevalence of food insecurity and poverty within the nation.
Through the continued support by the U.N. and other countries (including the United States), sustainable agriculture in Sudan can be achieved.This single authoritative work of reference provides an overall view of Sudanese agriculture up to the early s.
It also details factual information on agricultural production systems in various regions of the country, on specialist areas of agriculture, and on some associated subjects that have a bearing on the agricultural development of the Sudan.