By Kevin M. Cleaver
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Page i Agriculture, Poverty, and Policy Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa Kevin M. Cleaver W. Graeme Donovan Recent World Bank Discussion Papers No. 223 The Development of the Private Sector in a Small Economy in Transition: The Case of Mongolia. Hongjoo Hahm No. 224 Toward an Environmental Strategy for Asia. Carter Brandon and Ramesh Ramankutty No. 225 "Fortress Europe" and Other Myths about Trade: Policies toward Merchandise Imports in the EC and Other Major Industrial Economies (and What They Mean for Developing Countries).
The 1989 World Bank study From Crisis to Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, called for substantial reform of public sector agricultural research and extension systems, and efforts by governments to develop partnership with the private sector in technology development. Page 12 A recent review of the status of agricultural research systems in Africa undertaken by the staff of the Special Programme for African Agricultural Research (SPAAR) shows the continued poor state of African agricultural research (Table A6).
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