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Agribusiness Indicators : Nigeria

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACTUAL YIELDS AGRIBUSINESS AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AGRICULTURAL CREDIT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL INPUT AGRICULTURAL INPUTS AGRICULTURAL LOANS AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT AGRICULTURAL POLICIES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTES AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH PROJECT AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SYSTEM AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURAL SERVICES AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGRICULTURAL VALUE AGRICULTURAL ZONES AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION AGRICULTURE SECTOR AMMONIUM NITRATE ARABLE LAND AVERAGE YIELD BEANS BREEDER SEED BREEDING CEREALS CERTIFIED SEED CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS CLIMATE CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATES COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL SEED COMMERCIAL SEED SECTOR COMMERCIALIZATION COMMODITY COOPERATIVES COWPEA CROP CROP INFORMATION CROP INPUTS CROP INSURANCE CROP PRODUCTION CROP VARIETIES CROP VARIETY CROP YIELDS CROPPING CROPPING SEASONS CROPS CULTIVATED LAND CULTIVATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS ECOLOGICAL ZONES EQUIPMENT EROSION CONTROL EXTENSION AGENTS EXTENSION SERVICES FAMILY FARMERS FAO FARM FARM ACTIVITIES FARM HOUSEHOLDS FARM LAND FARM MANAGEMENT FARM OUTPUT FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTIVITY FARM SIZE FARMER FARMER COOPERATIVES FARMERS FARMING FARMING HOUSEHOLDS FARMLAND FARMS FERTILIZER FERTILIZER APPLICATION FERTILIZER COST FERTILIZER INDUSTRY FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING FERTILIZER SUBSIDY FERTILIZER USE FERTILIZERS FISH FOOD CRISIS FOOD CROPS FOOD EXPORTS FOOD IMPORT FOOD IMPORT BILL FOOD IMPORTS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD POLICY FOOD PROCESSING FOOD SECURITY FOUNDATION SEED GIS GRAIN GRAIN PRICES GRAINS GREEN REVOLUTION HARVEST HARVESTING HECTARES OF LAND HIGH YIELDING VARIETIES HIGH YIELDS HUNGER HYBRID SEEDS IFDC IFPRI INCOMES INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZER DEVELOPMENT CENTER INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE IRRIGATION IRRIGATION WATER LABOR FORCE LABORATORIES LIVELIHOODS LIVESTOCK MAIZE MARKETING MICROFINANCE MINISTRIES OF AGRICULTURE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTES NATURAL RESOURCES NGOS NUTRIENT CONTENT ORGANIC FERTILIZER PESTICIDE PESTICIDE APPLICATION PESTICIDES PLANTING PLOWING POOR FARMERS POTENTIAL YIELDS POVERTY REDUCTION PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SEED COMPANIES PRIVATE SEED SECTOR PRIVATE SEED SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PULSES QUARANTINE QUARANTINE REGULATIONS RAINFED AREAS RAW MATERIALS RICE RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL POPULATION RURAL ROADS SEED SEED COMPANIES SEED COMPANY SEED DEVELOPMENT SEED INDUSTRY SEED LAWS SEED MULTIPLICATION SEED POLICY SEED PRODUCERS SEED PRODUCTION SEED SYSTEM SEED TECHNOLOGY SEED TESTING SEED TRADE SEED TRADE ASSOCIATION SEED VARIETIES SEEDS SMALL-SCALE FARMERS SOIL IMPROVEMENT SORGHUM SOYBEAN SUBSISTENCE AGRICULTURE SUGAR TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TILLERS UNITED NATIONS UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNIVERSITIES USAID WHEAT
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Nigeria
2015-04-13T16:52:15Z | 2015-04-13T16:52:15Z | 2014

The purpose of this Agriculture Business Indicators Study was to isolate the success factors and construct indicators that reflect the performance of the agriculture sector in Nigeria and that benchmark it in terms directly comparable to agriculture sectors in other developing countries. Providing policy makers and public officials with access to this type of empirical information is seen as way to stimulate and inform policy dialogue about what reforms are needed and about how scarce public resources can be most effectively invested. The indicators can be used to identify specifically where this investment can be used to leverage commercialization through value addition, increasing the competitiveness of a country’s agricultural products domestically, regionally, and in international markets. They can also inform decision makers and investors about which policy measures are likely to be the most effective in enhancing food security, reducing poverty, and encouraging sustainable forms of environmental management. To accelerate agricultural development capable of spurring competitiveness of agricultural products in the domestic, regional, and international markets and could enhance food security; poverty reduction and sustainable environmental management. The study entailed a review of existing literature and the use of informal surveys to obtain information from a variety of stakeholders and actors. The focus was on the key success factors that the Agribusiness Indicators (ABI) team determined to be the most critical factors influencing agribusiness development in Sub-Saharan African countries. The Nigeria study was informed by the outcomes of scoping missions which had been conducted in three initial pilot countries: Ghana, Ethiopia and Mozambique.

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