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Zambia - Commercial Agriculture Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2007/04/24

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB3072

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Zambia,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Zambia - Commercial Agriculture Project

  • Keywords

    commercial farmer;International Fund for Agricultural Development;irrigation;Irrigation and Water Resources Management;technical assistance and advisory service;irrigation sub-sector;commercial farming;land use planning;irrigation development;land administration;national level land administration;access to land;land allocation;land administration system;economies of scale;small scale producer;commercial irrigation system;cost of water;positive spillover effect;agricultural water management;management of state;improved service delivery;natural resource development;abundant water resource;land information system;Strengthening Agricultural Extension;agricultural productivity enhancement;financial sector reform;road and bridges;rural road network;high growth rate;per capita income;lines of credit;Donor funded projects;exchange rate fluctuation;access to irrigation;decline in poverty;exchange rate instability;commercial agriculture;water user association;land transaction;water resource availability;sustainable irrigation development;social development activity;private sector partner;sustainable production system;planning and design;irrigation sector;agricultural potential;management skill;irrigation infrastructure;copper price;state land;shared growth;agriculture sector;market development;irrigation equipment;import substitution;customary land;Proposed Investment;irrigation scheme;copper mining;Land tenure;public-private partnership;high transport;export crop;market opportunity;macroeconomic situation;field activity;cropping pattern;potential investor;long-term finance;smallholder irrigation;macroeconomic instability;farmer income;measurable indicators;management mechanism;professional service;land records;civil works;processing time;land access;individual irrigation;efficient supply;water catchment;good cooperation;smallholder sector;core functions;milling maize;regulatory constraint;farming technique;Job Creation;cash crop;staple food;tenure system;population center;transportation routes;smallholder commercialization;competitive agriculture;Irrigated Agriculture;binding constraint;irrigation potential;informal irrigation;irrigation area;heavily dependent;agricultural land;irrigated conditions;cooperative arrangement;illegal settlement;budget support;public good;irrigation investment;private industry;competitive edge;rural area;donor support;arable land;Agricultural Investment;registration process;land acquisition;commercial development;land dispute;outgrower arrangement;road infrastructure;land speculation;seasonal job;forestry sector;permanent job;Exchange Rates;irrigation technologies;sweet potato;smallholder production;bank involvement;land area;population estimate;real gdp;growth-poverty relationship;land resource;land resources;traditional leaders;consultation process;land policies;Technology Transfer;government strategy;Livestock Production;property right;land policy;export earning;export earnings;crop production;investment climate;crop distribution;export market;global export;marketing support;regional market;supply response;Macroeconomic Policy;analytical capacity;agricultural commercialization;land development;productive expenditure;public expenditure;direct investment;implementing partner;development partnership;market information;causal relationship;water course;vegetation cover;soil productivity;market analysis;land cases;operational expenditure;financing source;bank finance;

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Zambia - Commercial Agriculture Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/361041468171244503/Zambia-Commercial-Agriculture-Project