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Publications sur la chaîne des valeurs ajoutées du riz

Nous relayons ici quelques publications de AfricaRice mise en ligne par Inter Réseau qui publie aussi d’autres documents intéressants.

Rice Commodity Chain

  • National Rice Development Strategy , NFRA, JICA, CARD, 2009, 73 pgs. Nigeria is one of twelve pilot countries in the first phase of the Coalition for African Rice Development’s program aiming to double rice production in sub-Saharan Africa in ten years. This document first provides an overview of the Nigerian rice sector. It then identifies the sector’s potential and opportunities, defines priority actions and approaches, and details the strategies to adopt to triple national rice production. (en)
  • Global Food Security Response : West Africa Rice Value Chain, USAID, August 2009, 59 pgs. This document presents the rice commodity chain in Nigeria, and focuses more specifically on the local commodity chain. Local rice production is encouraged by government measures (notably high customs duties on imported rice) but is still insufficient to cover the country’s needs : Nigeria imports 2.5 to 3 million tons of rice, and produces 2 million tons. To produce more quality rice that meets consumers’ demand, USAID recommends : investing in new, large-scale milling industries ; improving services throughout the value chain (input provision, financial services, extension, etc.) ; investing on farmer level to increase paddy production ; and policies, laws and regulations that provide incentives and are elaborated with all actors. Consultez ici (en)
  • F. Lançon, O. Erenstein, S.O. Akande, S.O. Titilola, G. Akpokodje, O.O. Ogundele, M. Kebbeh, S. Haefele, S. O. Fagade, O. Osiname, WARDA, USAID : At the start of the 2000s, WARDA (now the “Africa Rice Center”) conducted a series of studies on Nigeria’s rice commodity chain : economy of Nigeria’s rice sector, production systems, imports, processing, productivity of irrigated rice, etc. Strategy for Rice Sector Revitalization in Nigeria (2003, 18 pgs.)  : (en)
  • Integrated Assessment of the Impact of Trade Liberalization : A Country Study on the Nigerian Rice Sector United Nations Environment Programme, 2005, 107 pgs. Nigeria began to apply its structural adjustment programs in 1986, with the aim of reviving its economy. This study presents an assessment of the economic, social and environmental impacts of the liberalization of the Nigerian rice sector. (en)

Publié le jeudi 24 février 2011.