3 edition of impact of the marketing organizations serving the agricultural sector in Zinder, Niger found in the catalog.
impact of the marketing organizations serving the agricultural sector in Zinder, Niger
Bonnie Ann Stewart
Written in English
|Statement||by Bonnie Ann Stewart.|
|Series||Sahel, documents and dissertations -- NG 050.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 196 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||196|
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(English), Stewart, Bonnie Ann. "The Impact of the Marketing Organizations Serving the Agricultural Sector in Zinder, Niger." University of Arizona, (E) 39/09 p. A Analysis of effectiveness of six marketing intervention organizations in Zindu Province in light of stated objectives and goals.
Background discusses general role of. and private sector organizations to offer technical and business development services tailored Niger book the needs of the agribusiness sector in Diffa and Zinder.
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China is the world's largest developing country. Niger's armed forced totaled 5, active personnel inwith 5, serving in the Army and the remaining personnel in the Air Force. Paramilitary forces numbered 5, including the gendarmerie (1,), the Republican Guard (2,), and the National Police (1,).
Over the past half-century, agricultural production gains have provided a platform for rural and urban economic growth worldwide. In African countries, however, agriculture has been widely assumed. Systems of social stratification J. Arnould described the social organization of Hausa farm villages as follows in "Marketing and Social Reproduction in Zinder, Niger Republic": would place the food on the altar and offer the food to the deceased person before serving the food to the family members present at the meal.
Family members. The economy of Niger is predominantly agrarian and its agriculture sector contributes percent of the GDP and percent of employment (AfDB ). An extensive crop production system.
Agricultural prosperiety in dry Africa is book by Dov Pasternak. The book summarizes Dov's experience during his ten years work at ICRISAT and four years as a consultant of NGOs that are now. These agricultural improvements would cost approximately $60 million annually, with benefits of $1 billion – a benefit-cost ratio of more than > De-worming of pre-school children.
Secondly, the anti Ch arlie Hebdo riots which took place in the city of Zinder in Niger in ; and finally, the anti slavery activism based in the capital city of Nouakchott in Mauritania in the period between and These cases are selected for reasons to be discusse d below.
Yet, at the same time many farmers in Niger have been protecting and managing natural regeneration on their cultivated fields since the s or s. This has resulted in a substantial re-greening, in particular of the most densely populated parts of this country.
In the Zinder region alone it concerns about 1 Cited by: In the agricultural sector, our focus, the Structural Adjustment Programme translated into the following policies: product price decontrol, the removal of subsidies on agricultural inputs and services, the abolition of commodity boards, and the privatization and commercialization of government agricultural and agro-industrial enterprises.
desirable interventions in the sector, including those relating to selective breeding, animal health, improved feeding, processing and marketing policies and investments.
Where agricultural households are settled and farm specific areas of land, the locations of towns, villages and farms are known and mapped. of the vast impact that fresh water has on the world’s popu- lation.
The articles touch on global health and food security, but they also highlight the personal and human dimen- sion with poignant water stories such as that of Hadiza Ali, a mother from the Zinder region of Niger who lacks access to a clean source of drinking water. Les principales infrastructures hydrauliques de base de l’Office du Niger sont décrites ci-après: Le barrage de Markala: construit en au droit de la ville de Markala ; c’est un pont- barrage de dérivation qui a pour but de relever le plan d’eau du Niger à l’amont à des cotes comprises entre ,54 et ,04 m afin de.
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von Braun A. Mirzabaev O. Kirui Center for Development Research (ZEF. The Financial Sector. Niger’s financial sector is made up of the Central Bank (BCEAO), 10 commercial banks, 2 specialized banks, the National Social Security Fund, five insurance companies, 3 securities brokers, about micro-finance institutions (MFI), and the postal savings service (Office National de la Poste et de l’Épargne- ONPE).
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The statistical analysis revealed that three regions (Dosso, Tillabery and Zinder), the months (September, corresponding to the end of rainy season, to December and January, i.e., during the dry and cold season), the years ( and ) and the density of contact were the main predictors of .bilitation of the country’s agricultural sector.
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