Smallholders’ Transformation to Business Enterprise in Africa: A Reality or a Mental Illusion?
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This presentation conceptualises the issue of smallholder efficiency in a holistic manner and a case study is presented to show that the transition from smallholder farming to agricultural business enterprise can be a reality. The case study is based on a programme Lifelong Learning for Farmers (L3F) supported by the Commonwealth of Learning and implemented by Kenya AIDS Intervention and Prevention Project Group (KAIPPG) and Makerere University, Uganda.
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