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Cost- Benefit Analysis of Zimbabwe for a Sustainable Poverty Reduction and Improvement of Food, Security, Nutrition and Hygiene Practices

Glenn Jenkins (), Mikhail Miklyaev, Brian Matanhire () and Gift Khozapi
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Brian Matanhire: Financial Analyst / Economist Cambridge Resource International Inc.
Gift Khozapi: Senior Analyst Cambridge Resources International Inc.

No 2018-07, Development Discussion Papers from JDI Executive Programs

Abstract: The primary objective of this project is to enhance a sustainable reduction of rural poverty, and to improve the food security, nutrition, and hygiene of households on irrigation schemes and dry land sites. Trainings were provided for farmers to increase agricultural productivity to increase the volume of marketed surplus of cash and food crops, and improve the nutrition and hygiene of beneficiary households. The project concentrated on maize, groundnuts, green mealies, and tomatoes value chains. The CBA of these four crops cover two high- value crops of green mealies and tomatoes; and two staple food crops of maize and groundnuts. The project targeted doubling crops yields of horticultural produce.

Keywords: CBA; Zimbabwe; value chain (CV); economic net present value (ENPV) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D61 E2 Q13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 36 pages
Date: 2018-07
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