What drives agricultural transformation in Zambia? Lessons from a political economy analysis

This briefing explores agricultural policy and its implementation in Zambia to understand the role local institutions play. The findings and recommendations presented here are based on research carried out as part of the SAIRLA-funded AFRINT IV research project – a project designed to analyse patterns of smallholder intensification in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia. The research sheds light on how agricultural policy is shaped and how it is implemented in Zambia and also assesses how agricultural policy and practice influence changes in society over time.

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