By Nwanz Okidegbe
This sourcebook presents useful assistance to policymakers and application planners in international locations and to improvement firms on how you can perform or help an agricultural region program—from preliminary discussions, to constructing this system notion, to securing vast stakeholder involvement, to implementation. It explains the explanations why nations may need to adopt a area or subsector application and describes the stipulations that can aid make sure the program's luck; presents information on easy methods to formulate a quarter procedure and convey approximately institutional reforms; makes a speciality of middle public area actions in keeping with a close expenditure overview; and indicates methods of encouraging donors to interact less than the management of the companion kingdom executive.
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For example, while it is widely accepted that government should not be directly involved in providing credit and instead have a regulatory and enabling role, there is no similar consensus regarding its role in providing extension and research services, especially for small farmers. It is up to countries to decide the appropriate roles for government on the basis of their own analyses and particular set of circumstances: decisions cannot be imposed from the outside. In many cases, countries will not be able to make all the changes they deem necessary during a short span of time and will need to take a longer-term perspective.
Page 6 sector strategy, and may be considered a step in a sequence of actions to be pursued over time. Sector strategy. A sector strategy is a plan for getting from where the sector is to where the sector needs to goit is the means for achieving sectoral objectives. A sector strategy must describe both the processes and outcomes required, and must be in accord with the guiding principles. For example, activities might include processes that would lead to fiscal decentralization, liberalization of agricultural marketing, unification of the agricultural extension service, or promotion of community-based natural resource management.
Donors may have all or some of the following concerns about ASPs: An ASP may reduce individual donors' influence and especially their control over the sector investments they finance. This is an outcome some donors may be reluctant to accept, especially those donor officials that are responsible for the sector at the field level. Many donors are used to channeling their support to a specific geographical area (for example a part or whole of a region) or to specific activities (for example extension, research) and may be concerned about the feasibility of continuing to do so within the context of an ASP.
Agriculture Sector Programs: Sourcebook (World Bank Technical Paper) by Nwanz Okidegbe