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Transforming Agriculture in Africa & Asia

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Transforming Agriculture in Africa & Asia
From metrics to policy priorities

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Transforming Agriculture in Africa & Asia

  1. 1. Transforming Agriculture in Africa & Asia From metrics to policy priorities David Laborde, Tess Lallemant, Kieran McDougal, Carin Smaller Fousseini Traore
  2. 2. Our approach Stages of Inclusive Agricultural Transformation Country Contexts Policy Categories Prioritized Papers Reviewed
  3. 3. Phases of Inclusive Agricultural Transformation Data driven process via clustering analysis 1970-2015 No a priori category
  4. 4. 6 Phases of Inclusive Agricultural Transformation
  5. 5. Not a linear process or a uniform experience
  6. 6. 5 Country Contexts
  7. 7. Interactive Dashboard online
  8. 8. Countries can learn from each other Transformed Countries Focus Countries High Birth Rates and Scarce Land China, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, Vietnam Ethiopia, India, Kenya and Rwanda High Birth Rates and Scarce but Fertile Land Ghana, Thailand Burkina Faso, Malawi, Togo, Uganda, and Zambia Abundant and Fertile Land Brazil, Colombia Mali, Mozambique and Zimbabwe Abundant but Infertile Land Chile, Costa Rica, Morocco, Peru, South Africa
  9. 9. To policy priority matrices
  10. 10. • Data driven approach to classify countries in terms of agricultural transformation • Transformation context often determines whether to push agriculture or pull people out of farming. • Past policy analysis and priority settings • Future directions: additional information for more granular analysis Conclusions Find more at https://iisd.org/agricultural-transformation/

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