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Upper Egypt--Challenges and Priorities for Rural Development

ACCESS TO SERVICES AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURAL SERVICES AGRICULTURE ANIMAL PRODUCTS BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE CAPACITY BUILDING COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURES CREDIT ACCESS CREDIT SCHEMES CROP PRODUCTION CROPS DAIRY PRODUCTS DECENTRALIZATION DECISION MAKING DEVELOPMENT POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS DISADVANTAGED AREAS DIVERSIFICATION DRAINAGE DRINKING WATER ECONOMIC GROWTH EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES EQUIPMENT EXPORT MARKETS EXPORTS FARM ACTIVITIES FARM EMPLOYMENT FARM INCOME FARM INCOMES FARM SIZE FARM-GATE FARMERS FEASIBILITY STUDIES FLEETS FODDER FOOD NEEDS FREIGHT FREIGHT TRANSPORT GDP GROWTH RATE HEALTH HORTICULTURAL CROPS HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLD INCOMES HOUSEHOLD WELFARE HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INCOME GROUPS INCOME GROWTH INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INDUSTRIALIZATION INEQUALITY INSURANCE IRRIGATION LAND PRICES LAND PRODUCTIVITY LAND USE LANDHOLDINGS LANDLESS MEN LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS MARKETING MBI MEAT MIDDLE EAST MILK MONOPOLY MULTIPLIER EFFECTS NATURAL RESOURCES NGOS NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA INCOME POOR POORER PROVINCES POPULATION GROWTH POST HARVEST POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY LEVELS POVERTY LINE POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIVATE SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC WORKS R&D REMOTE VILLAGES ROAD ROAD FACILITIES ROADS RURAL RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RURAL ECONOMY RURAL EMPLOYMENT RURAL GROWTH RURAL INCOME RURAL INCOMES RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE RURAL LIVELIHOODS RURAL ORGANIZATIONS RURAL PUBLIC RURAL RESIDENTS RURAL WELFARE SAFETY SAFETY NET SAFETY NET PROGRAMS SANITATION SELF-EMPLOYMENT SMALL FARMS STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION TOTAL POVERTY TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRANSPORT TRANSPORT CONDITIONS TRANSPORT SERVICES TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION COSTS TRANSPORTS TRUCKS TRUE VEGETABLES VILLAGE LEVEL WAGES WATER AVAILABILITY WATER RESOURCES WELFARE INDICATOR
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Egypt, Arab Republic of
2014-08-19T18:52:07Z | 2014-08-19T18:52:07Z | 2006-06-15

This sector report on Challenges and Priorities for Rural Development analyzes why Upper Egypt has lagged behind the rest of the country and to help the Government of Egypt and stakeholders to define a framework for interventions to promote broad-based economic growth and human development that will reach the poor and improve welfare in rural Upper Egypt. To achieve this objective, the strategic framework for intervention proposed here has two dimensions. The first is to foster broad-based economic growth based on agricultural development and off-farm activities. The second is to enhance access to basic infrastructure and services by promoting local level planning and civil society engagement.

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