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dc.creator Chiukira, Gideon
dc.creator Juru, Sandra
dc.date 2013-03-22T10:55:04Z
dc.date 2013-03-22T10:55:04Z
dc.date 2012
dc.date.accessioned 2018-06-24T01:25:59Z
dc.date.available 2018-06-24T01:25:59Z
dc.identifier ZOU INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE 2012, Harare, 30-31/08/2012
dc.identifier http://localhost:8080/dspace/handle/0/25
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12551
dc.description The purpose of the paper is to highlight and recommend promising agricultural chains that can be developed to give meaningful economic benefits to small holder farmers. This will be anchored on sustainable partnership with the private sector. This paper will aim to analyze and assess the leading agriculture value chains which can be done in partnership with NGOs.This will act as guide to government in formulation of policies that would facilitate the springing up of small holder based viable value chains, which can have potential to yield increased production, incomes and employment through enhanced participation and involvement of small holder farmers. The value chains study includes maize, dairy and soya beans. The data was collected through desk review and interviews with the small holder farmers and stakeholders in value chains additions. Value chains addition is the way to go if the Land Reform is to record resounding successes for the small holder farmer.
dc.language en
dc.rights Article under ZOU Copyright
dc.rights http://www.oceandocs.org/license
dc.title Maize and Soya Bean Value Chain Analysis
dc.type Conference Material
dc.type Paper
dc.type Non-Refereed
dc.coverage Zimbabwe


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