Agriculture (4)

Mauritius: Objective of achieving 50% of agriculture switched to a more sustainable agriculture.
 Uganda: Agriculture is the main stay of the Ugandan economy employing 65.6% of the labour force and contributing 21% to the GDP. Agriculture is the main stay of the Ugandan economy employing 65.6% of the labour force and contributing 21% to the GDP. Sustainable agriculture is one of the priority areas identified in the national SCP programme that was developed in 2011. The country has taken steps to transform the agriculture sector from subsistence farming to commercial agriculture through programmes such as Plan for Modernisation of Agriculture (PMA) and National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) Click here to visit the Uganda Country Page
 South Africa: Agriculture contributes 4% to South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) and consists largely of cattle and sheep farming, with only 13% of land used for growing crops.
KENYA: Agriculture is a cornerstone of Kenya’s economy employing over three quarters of the population.

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