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Article : "Foreign agriculture investments don’t always threaten food security: the case of Madagascar"

« (...) it’s often assumed that the impact of these investments on household food security and rural livelihoods will be mostly negative. But few studies have been done to test this assumption. We carried out one such study in Madagascar and found that large-scale land acquisitions don’t always have those adverse effects. In the debate about reducing poverty, it’s important to understand what’s really happening on the ground. »

Source : The Conversation, 01/09/20, Foreign agriculture investments don’t always threaten food security : the case of Madagascar

Veille : Vincent Basserie - Support technique : Hub Rural
Appui financier : Comité Technique "Foncier et Développement" de la Coopération française

Crédits: AK-Project