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Madagascar : Rural and Environmental Sector Review, Volume 2. Technical Annexes

ABSOLUTE TERMS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURE ANNUAL GROWTH AQUACULTURE AVERAGE GROWTH AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BIODIVERSITY CAPITA INCOMES CAPITAL INFLOWS CASSAVA CATTLE CLOVES COFFEE COTTON CROPPING CROPPING SYSTEMS DAIRY PRODUCTS DEFORESTATION DIVERSIFICATION ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC IMPACT EGGS ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION EQUILIBRIUM EXCHANGE RATE EXPORT CROPS EXTREME POVERTY FARM FARM REVENUES FARMER FARMERS FARMING FERTILIZER FERTILIZER USE FERTILIZERS FISH FISHERIES FISHING FOOD CROPS FOOD IMPORTS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD NEEDS FOOD PRODUCTION FOOD PRODUCTS FOOD SECURITY FOOD SUPPLIES FOREST PRODUCTS FORESTRY FORESTS GROWTH RATES HABITAT HEADCOUNT INDEX HIGH GROWTH IMPORTS INCOME INCOME DISTRIBUTION INCOME GROWTH INCOME POVERTY INDUSTRIAL CROPS LABOR FORCE LABOR PRODUCTIVITY LANDS LIVESTOCK LONG TERM MAIZE MALNUTRITION MEAT OIL PADDY PADDY YIELDS PER CAPITA INCOMES PESTICIDES PLANTING POOR LIVING POPULATION GROWTH POULTRY POVERTY INCIDENCE POVERTY LEVEL POVERTY RATES POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY TARGETING PRODUCTION COSTS PRODUCTIVITY RICE RICE MARKETING RICE PRICES RICE PRODUCTION RICE YIELDS RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL POOR RURAL POPULATION RURAL POVERTY SAVINGS SEDIMENTATION SMALL FARMER SMALL FARMERS SOIL FERTILITY SOILS STRUCTURAL CHANGE SUGAR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TROPICAL FRUITS UNDP URBAN AREAS URBAN ONES URBAN POPULATION USAID RURAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES; ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT; NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION; NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT; FOOD SECURITY; FOOD PRODUCTION; AGRICULTURAL DIVERSIFICATION; AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY; EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES; RICE & GRAINS; CASSAVA PRODUCTION; SMALL SCALE FISHERIES; AQUACULTURE OPERATIONS; WATER MANAGEMENT; AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY; LAND TENURE; REVENUE GENERATION; COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION; EMPOWERMENT; PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Madagascar
2013-09-03T21:20:03Z | 2013-09-03T21:20:03Z | 2003-12-18

This review aims to provide the Government of Madagascar with a situation assessment and insights and guidance on how to position the rural and environment sector as an engine for inclusive and sustainable economic growth. The review has cast the analytical net quite widely with the aim to come up with a comprehensive overview of the sector. In view of the intimate linkages between rural development and the environment, which are particularly important because of Madagascar's unique biodiversity, the review looks into both the production and conservation aspects of natural resources management for inclusive and sustainable economic growth. The report is divided into two Volumes. Volume 1, the Main Report, is aimed at policy makers and particularly focuses on the recommendations that flow from the analytical work that has been conducted as part of the review. It is organized along four axes that represent the strategic challenges faced by the rural and environment sector to establish itself as an engine of inclusive and sustainable economic growth in Madagascar: (i) improve food security and food production; (ii) put in place the building blocks for sustainable intensification and diversification of agricultural production; (iii) improve value-added of natural resources as providers of extractive products and environmental services; and (iv) make the sector institutional framework more effective and efficient. A brief diagnostic overview of the sector precedes the presentation of these axes. Volume 2, Technical Annexes, is aimed at sector experts and rural development practitioners and provides the underlying analytical groundwork for the recommendations that are presented in the Main Report. For this purpose, Volume 2 includes a detailed situation assessment of the sector.

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