Promoting Commercial and Sustainable Supply of early generation seed of Food Crops in Sub-Saharan Africa
This research explores strategies for promoting the commercial and sustainable supply of early generation seed (EGS) for food crops in Sub-Saharan Africa. The study examines the challenges and opportunities associated with EGS production and distribution in the region, highlighting the significance of this critical agricultural input in enhancing food security and livelihoods. Drawing on a comprehensive literature review and case studies, the abstract presents key findings on innovative approaches, policy frameworks, and partnerships that can foster a resilient and profitable EGS supply chain in Sub-Saharan Africa. The identified keywords for this abstract are: Promoting, Commercial, Sustainable, Supply, Early Generation Seed, Food Crops, Sub-Saharan Africa.
De Boef, Walter S., Latha Nagarajan, and Carl Pray. 2016. “Promoting Commercial and Sustainable Supply of Early Generation Seed of Food Crops in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Synthesis of joint activities implemented by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA).