Norwegian assistance to agricultural and rural development in Northern Province, Zambia

programme review May-June 1990 by Scanteam International.

Publisher: Scanteam International in [Oslo?]

Written in English
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  • Zambia,
  • Northern Province.

Subjects:

  • Agricultural assistance, Norwegian -- Zambia -- Northern Province.,
  • Economic assistance, Norwegian -- Zambia -- Northern Province.,
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Zambia -- Northern Province.,
  • Rural development -- Zambia -- Northern Province.

Edition Notes

Statementa report prepared for the Government of the Republic of Zambia and the Norwegian Agency for International Development (NORAD).
ContributionsNorway. Direktoratet for utviklingshjelp.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD2131.5.Z9 N6758 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination90 p. :
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1075903M
LC Control Number93982319

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Lusaka Province, which seats the Capital City of Zambia, has 81 percent of its population residing in urban areas, followed by the Copperbelt with 80 percent and Central province with 24 percent.. Table 2: Population Distribution by Province, Rural and Urban, Zambia, Percent Distribution Province Total population Rural Urban TotalFile Size: KB. Children in the Northern Province. Zambia’s population is largely rural and poor; most families make a living on subsistence farms with an average size of one hectare. Although the country’s economic growth in recent years has been strong (real GDP growth of % in ), boosted by a boom in copper mining, about 60 percent of the. ZAMBIA: LIVESTOCK INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT PROJECT (LISP) PROJECT PREPARATION FACILITY (PPF) ADVANCE 1. INTRODUCTION Background The Government of Zambia’s (GoZ) development agenda is articulated in the National Vision and the Sixth National Development Plan (SNDP: ). The National VisionFile Size: KB. For African rural people and economies, agricultural development is the key engine to raising efficiency, increasing household incomes, improving standards of living and reducing poverty, at least in the medium-term. The Agricultural and Rural Development Policy presented in this paper is both a .

  Holden, S. T. (). Farming Systems and Household Economy in New Chambeshi, Old Chambeshi and Yunge Villages near Kasama, Northern Province, Zambia. Occasional Paper no. 9. International Development programs. Agricultural University of Norway. by: Book reviewed in this article: Savage, M. and A. Warde () Urban sociology, capitalism and modernity. Lowe, P., T. Marsden and S. Whatmore eds. () Regulating agriculture (Critical Perspectives on Rural Change Series V) Ploeg, J.D. van der and A. Long eds. () Born from within. Practice and perspectives of endogenous rural development (European Perspectives on Rural Development .   The Zambia Initiative Development Programme, which started in the country's Western province in , is now being extended to North-Western province. The UN refugee agency is supporting the government-led initiative, an integrated rural development programme that relies on the participation of both the refugee community and their local hosts. Social Recovery Fund 'Report on the beneficiary assessment study, phase I' -- subject(s): Statistics, Agricultural assistance, Agricultural development projects, Rural development projects.

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Norwegian Development Cooperation. Zambia has been one of Norway's partner countries over the evaluation period. Most assistance has been given on a government to government basis, though this has fallen from almost 95% at the beginning of the period to a low of 69% in with concerns over the election, rising back to just under 80% in Zambia has been one of Norway’s partner countries over the evaluation period.

Most assistance has been given on a government to government basis, though this has fallen from almost 95% at the beginning of the period to a low of 69% in with concerns over File Size: 2MB. Zambia became independent inand Norwegian development aid to the country commenced two years later.

Zambia soon became a main partner country, and was one of the chief recipients of Norwegian aid through the s and s. Norwegian aid to Zambia was reduced after grants peaked in Norway's diplomatic relations with Zambia are handled by the Norwegian Embassy in Lilongwe, Malawi.

Norway's diplomatic relations with Zambia are handled by the Norwegian Embassy in Lilongwe, Malawi. This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse this webpage or closing this notice, you consent to our usage policy.

Agricultural Development in Zambia's Northern Province: Perspectives from the Field Level Article in IDS Bulletin 36(2) - February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Zambia - Agricultural Development Support Project (English) Abstract.

The Agricultural Development Support Project for Zambia has a satisfactory outcome rating. The rick to development is low or negligible; the Bank's performance is satisfactory; and the borrower's performance is satisfactory. This project supports increased. in Zambia to achieve sustainable pr o-poor agricultural development.

The Institute sees the impr ovement of rural livelihoods as the ke y to achieving broad-based pov erty reduction in Zambia. INTRODUCTION The Second National Development Plan of Zambia () included an integrated rural development program (IRDP) under the name Intensive Development Zones (IDZs).

The program represented an attempt to raise rural incomes through a concentration of scarce resources in areas of high agricultural by: 7. agricultural development in zambia: the role of the foodprocessing industry october Proposed Agriculture Development of Lukulu Farm, in Kasama District of Northern Province.

Fisheries Development in the Province of Luapula, Zambia. Report of Finnish Mission to Luapula Province in August – September, 37pp. NORAD/GRZ, Fisheries Development in the Northern Province. Report by Zambian-Norwegian fisheries delegation.

54pp. NORAD/GRZ, Fish Culture Development in the Northern Province, Zambia, Project. wishes to thank Ireland Aid-Northern Province Development Programme (NPDP) for the technical and financial support it continues to render to the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Programme in Northern Province.

The assistance was extended to the production of this school sanitation strategy paper. Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture and Food Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture and Food ©Torbjørn Tandberg Kristin Orlund Oslo, mai The Norwegian agriculturalPolicy –Rural Development Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture and Food Overview •Some facts about Norwegian agriculture •Norwegian Agricultural policies in general.

Rural Development and the Role of Power Relations: A Case Study on Flood-Plain Agriculture in North Norwegian assistance to agricultural and rural development in Northern Province, Zambia: Programme.

The Future of Mechanized Schemes and Agricultural Investment in the South Kordofan State / Nuba Mountains. By STANSLOUS NGOSA. AGRICULTURE remains the key priority sector in the economic growth and poverty reduction agenda of Zambia.

Over 60 per cent of the population, according to the Food Agriculture Organisation (FAO), derives its livelihood from agriculture. Despite Zambia experiencing economic growth in the recent past, agriculture has not performed well to achieve the.

Environmental effects of agricultural change and development in the Northern province Zambia  Ukjent forfatter (Report, ) This report was commissioned by the Provincial Planning Unit (PPU) of the Northern Province, Government of the Republic of Zambia and the Norwegian Agency for International Development (NORAD).

The National Food and Nutrition Commission (Government of Zambia) collects data on changes in the nutritional status of children; the Integrated Rural Development Project at Mpika (funded by the British Overseas Development Administration) collects data on both agricultural productivity and on nutrition, while the Norwegian aid agency, NORAD, funds nutritional work in by: 4.

Agriculture, forestry, and fishing. Agriculture. Agricultural pursuits employ the majority of the country’s labour force. Zambia has a vast land and natural resource base, although only about one-sixth of the country’s arable land is under cultivation.

Farms range in size from household farms to large commercial farms. Keywords: Agricultural development; Norwegian Church Aid; Dello Project; Ethiopia Berglund, P.-E. Appraisal mission on the ZAM cooperative savings & credit project in Northern province, Zambia 1 Kongelige selskap for Norges veL.

- Skjetten, - 17,8 p. Keywords: Credit cooperatives; Savings; Zambia; Norway. Norwegian assistance to agricultural and rural development in Northern Province, Zambia: Programme review May-June Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, E. Kang'ombe, N. Mukutu, K. Samset, S. Stevenson and E. Whist.

RURAL DEVELOPMENT Rural Poverty Poverty is complex in nature and manifesting itself in various forms with different interpretations. Its reduction and eventual eradication is a major File Size: 16KB. Country Case study “Integrated rural development programme north Western provInCe, ZambIa” Comment of BMZ given the importance of the Irdp approach in general and in Zambia in particular during the 70s and 80s, it was appropriate to conduct this ex-post evaluation.

Furthermore, recent debates on poverty reduction. Activities related to the IP in Zambia: As of the beginning of September, the Government of Ireland has been supporting an HIV/AIDS related project through the FAO Office in Zambia with technical backstopping from SDW.

The title of the project is: Improving Rural Livelihoods of HIV/AIDS Affected Households in Northern Province, Zambia. Zambia. Zambia is a landlocked country located in southern Africa with a population of approximately million. It is around ten times the size of Ireland. With approximately 60% of the population living below the poverty line, reducing poverty and inequality, especially in rural areas, remains the biggest challenge facing the country.

Zambia - Agricultural Sector Investment Program (English) Abstract. Project outcome is rated unsatisfactory, sustainability unlikely, institutional development modest, and Bank and Borrower performance rated unsatisfactory.

The project is rated against its original objectives, which were not achieved. The original project. Norwegian development aid to Mozambique reached million US dollars inbut fell to million in The figures for and are not yet available.

agricultural sector research and development projects in the late 's and early 's. These were supported with the assistance of DFID (UK) and NaRAD (Norway). Other data was collected through a small survey of producer households in Mpika district of Northern Province. Northern Province is vast covering an area ofsq.

km, which. Mbala District of Northern Province has run out of HIV/AIDS test kits and free-supplied condoms. Zambia: Mbala Runs Out of HIV Test Kit, Condoms - Search. Fanshawe, D.B. The Vegetation of Zambia. Research Bulletin No. Ministry of Rural Development, Lusaka, Zambia. Food and Agriculture Organization/World Bank.

Soil Fertility Initiative. Exploratory Mission Report No. 98/ cp-ZAM, July. Food and Agriculture Organization/World Bank Cooperative Program, Lusaka, Zambia.

Northern Province is one of Zambia's ten covers approximately one sixth of Zambia in land area. The provincial capital is province is made up of 12 districts, namely Kasama District (the provincial capital), Chilubi District, Kaputa District, Luwingu District, Mbala District, Mporokoso District, Mpulungu District, Mungwi District, Nsama District, Lupososhi District Capital: Kasama.

Department of International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric). Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB). (Both Noragric and the University changed names in ) Director and Professor.

Centre for International Environment and Development Studies - Noragric. Agricultural University of Norway. Director of.Northern Province of Zambia and applies some of the principles and characteristics enshrined in both the rural and eco-tourism concepts in evolving a strategic rural development framework for the promotion of sustainable region of Northern Pr ovince of Zambia.

The first part of the paper provides some of the definitions of concepts.Topic Area: Agriculture Geographic Area: Zambia Focal Question: Has Zambia's Farming Systems Research and Extension (FSR/E) approach to agricultural expansion facilitated sustainable development?

Sources: (1) Bezuneh, M., Ames, G.C.W., and Mabbs-Zeno, C., "Sustainable agricultural development using a farming systems approach in Zambia".