Emerging farmers in South Africa - APPLIED MATERIALS ISSN...

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A review of experiences of establishing emerging farmers in South Africa within land reform programmes A P P L I E D M A T E R I A L S ISSN 1729-8199 3 CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE POLICIES IN FOO DEVELOP CAP ISSN 17 D AND MENT ACITY A APPLI ED MATERIALS PO AGRICU IN FOOD 29-8199 LICIES TURE LT in of A outh Af South A f establish eview of r frica ng emer hing emer f experien ging farm nces ers wit Cas hin l in land reform e lessons and e lessons and im mmes m programmes mplications for armer suppor farmer rt
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A review of experiences of establishing emerging farmers in South Africa Case lessons and implications for farmer support within land reform programmes Prepared by: Umhlaba in association with: ARDRI and Phuhlisami FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS Rome, 2009
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A review of experiences of establishing emerging farmers in South Africa iii FOREWORD The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) provides assistance to member countries in the formulation and analysis of their agricultural and rural development policies and related capacity building. In recognition of this role, the South African Department of Agriculture (DoA), signed a cooperation agreement with FAO in 2007. One of
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