2 edition of Urban agriculture in Africa found in the catalog.
Urban agriculture in Africa
Robert A. Obudho
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||compiled by R.A. Obudho and Dick W.J. Foeken.|
|Series||Research report ;, 58/1999, Research reports (Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden. Afrika-Studiecentrum) ;, no. 58.|
|LC Classifications||Z5074.U72 O38 1999, S494.5.U72 O38 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 92 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||2002375384|
Urban Agriculture is not simply growing crops within the city limits, but rather the integration of agriculture into the urban economy and ecology. It therefore includes many more people than growers and laborers alone, such as land-owners, seed suppliers, credit agencies, vendors, consumers, waste managers, etc. Beyond food crops, it can. Leading the way in urban studies: urban planning, urban geography, land use, urban development, urban design, urban health, urban energy, urban governance and smart urban technologies. Springer’s publications in Urban Studies include high impact books, leading journals, monographs, edited volumes, book series, and reference works.
The current and potential roles of urban agriculture differ from country to country. In countries that must export agricultural products to earn foreign exchange, urban agriculture can feed the cities while rural farmers concentrate on exports. In countries with a fragile ecology, the intensive production technology of urban agriculture and its. Urban agriculture thriving in East Africa during COVID Published On - SHARE THIS: By Richard Wetaya, 3 August For many of those living in and around Uganda’s capital city, COVID has presented opportunities to make a profit and contribute to Kampala’s food basket.
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What urban households have known and practiced for generations, urban. Urban agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa has gained momentum in recent years in terms of research and policy, as well as in practical terms. The paradox of accelerated urbanisation and the increase in urban agriculture in developing countries is widely by: 5.
In this book, leading specialists in the fields of urban agriculture and urban environment present a unique collection of case studies that examines the growing role of local food production in urban livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa. African agricultural development paths over the last 30 a larger and larger urban population.
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Back-to-the-lawn urban farming might look easy, but Curtis Stone shows exactly how that “ease” grows out of getting a thousand details right. The Urban Agriculture Project forms part of SAB and AB InBev’s Public Interest Commitments made to the South African government in which the organisation invests R1bn into economic stimulus and.
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urban residents, and the value of “place” for (peri-)urban farming communities with a rich heritage and relationship to the land. (Peri-)urban agriculture in the Western Cape is under great pressure due to competition for land from urbanisation and urban sprawl.
If (peri-)urban agriculture is to become part of a. The urban agriculture sector in West and Central Africa is growing rapidly, despite an unfavorable political and policy environment.
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In Kampala suburbs such as Bwaise, several youth groups have been gaining urban. Over the past two decades, how has urban agriculture changed in sub-Saharan Africa. Is city farming now better integrated into environmental management and city governance.
And, looking ahead, how might urban agriculture address the needs of the low-income households and modernizing cities of Africa. In this book, leading specialists in the fields of urban agriculture and urban. The book contains six chapters, each focusing on a particular topic.
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mental, and political factors affecting urban agriculture with examples taken in East Asia, South America, or East Africa. We discuss the definition, benefits, and limitations of urban agriculture.This book provides a comprehensive synthesis of current knowledge of the potential and challenges associated with the multiple roles, use, management and livelihood contributions of indigenous vegetables in urban agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa.