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219 Thillairajah, Development of Rural Financial Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa Page v Contents Foreword vii Acknowledgments viii Abstract ix Acronyms x Executive Summary 1 1. Introduction 5 2. The Role of Extension in African Agriculture 9 3. Main Issues and Concerns 17 4. Implications for Policy 41 5. 1: Farmer/Research/Extension Linkage 31 Map IBRD 25398 89 Page vii Foreword Agriculture in Africa continues to be an area of major interest to development planners throughout the world, including those within the World Bank.
He mentioned that agriculture remains the principal occupation of the majority of people in Africa. It constitutes the largest productive sector in Africa and produces an average 32 percent of GDP. The Page 10 World Bank's report entitled Sub-Saharan Africa: from Crisis to Sustainable Growth -Long-Term Perspective Study (LTPS, 1989), 8 concluded that Africa's economies needed to grow by at least 4 to 5 percent a year to meet the employment and income needs of their growing populations. Since the primary source of this growth can only be agricultural production, the agricultural growth rate in these countries would also have to be 4 percent per annum.
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Agricultural Extension in Africa (World Bank Discussion Paper) by Aruna Bagchee