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Labour strategies among smallholders producing perennial tree crops in Ghana and Indonesia

M. Blowfield

Labour strategies among smallholders producing perennial tree crops in Ghana and Indonesia

by M. Blowfield

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Published by Natural Resources Institute in Chatham Maritime, Kent .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agricultural laborers -- Ghana.,
  • Agricultural laborers -- Indonesia.,
  • Tree crops -- Ghana.,
  • Tree crops -- Indonesia.,
  • Farms, Small -- Ghana.,
  • Farms, Small -- Indonesia.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 55-56).

    StatementM. Blowfield.
    SeriesNRI socio-economic series -- 9.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination56 p. :
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16033836M
    ISBN 100859544249

    Labour allocation among smallholder farmers provides employment opportunities, generates incomes and reduces income variability among farming households (Haggbladeet al., ; Bernardin, ). Agriculture in the rural areas is a major employer of labour however; reports have shown that, peasant agriculture is unable toAuthor: I Ibidapo, Oni. Producing for the market calls for production resources, including production means such as land, water, on-farm and off-farm infrastructure, labour force, capital, and good management of these resources. Poor access to these resources affects the way in which smallholder farmers can benefit from opportunities in agricultural markets, especially in.

    producers into the market. Indonesia is now the world’s third largest producer, with a planted area between to M ha, seemingly well placed to benefit from global market developments. Until recently, growth of production. has been almost entirely through expansion of area. With the exception of Central America, which has shownFile Size: 1MB. An Analysis of Productivity Gaps among Smallholder Groundnut Farmers in Uganda and Kenya Cresensia Asekenye Agriculture., Makerere University Kampala, Uganda, A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science at the University of Connecticut Cited by: 4.

    Introduction. Agriculture is an important sector in the Cameroonian economy. Recent studies show that, it accounted for as much as 30% of the gross domestic product (GDP), 70% of overall employment, and over 40% of total foreign exchange earnings ().A significant feature of the agriculture in the slash and burn zone of Cameroon is the dual structure of the farming system, composed of farming Cited by: Agriculture employs 66% of the country’s working labour force and about 60% of all raw materials used in industry come from agriculture (CIA world fact book, ).According to UNCTAD (), “the horticultural sector is considered strategic in terms of high employment opportunities since most production systems are labour intensive.”.


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