Patterns of sustainable agricultural intensification (SAI) in Africa hold important lessons for how equity issues can be best incorporated into policies and practice to ensure that the needs and interests of poorer smallholders, especially youth and women, are properly addressed.
AFRINT IV is a project is to provide empirical evidence and tools to improve approaches to sustainable agricultural intensification, especially youth and women. The research contextualises findings at the district level as well as within national agricultural policies, processes of institutional change, the changing landscape of risk and broader demographic and socio-economic shifts.
Countries of study
Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia
Department of Human Geography, Lund University, Sweden
Faculty of Social Science, Chancellor College, University of Malawi, Malawi
Office of the Vice Chancellor, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania
Institute of Economic and Social Research, University of Zambia, Zambia