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AGRICULTURE
Introduction
  Introduction  |  AGRICULTURE 1   |  AGRICULTURE 2   |  AGRICULTURE 3   |  AGRICULTURE 4   |  AGRICULTURE 5  
Introcution on malian agriculture.

Malian economy depends mainly on agriculture, but crops are depending a lot on the climatic ups and downs, essentially of the floods from Niger river.
In 1995, agriculture employed 73% of active population in Mali, and its contribution to GDP was about 44%.
The main part of agricultural production comes from small farms, making subsitence agriculture.
Most agricultural products are millet, rice, sorghum and corn.
Peanuts, cotton and sugar cane are for export.
Rearing is also an important activity.
Because of dryness, vegetation is sparse in Mali.
With the rapid growth of population, the need in combustion wood lead to a massive deforestation.

Help to agriculture and decentralization
Mali depends a lot on exterior help for agriculture.
Politics about agriculture are decided by malian government, but the financing of these politics comes from partnerships with foreign countries.
These partners share with malian government the funding of training, vulgarization, research and loan programs.

Basically, malian governement has only one input on the vulgarization and research aspects of agricultural politics, and shares this role with private sector and NGO for training.
Public sector does not play any role into loan and irrgiation, which is quite surprising.
Agriculture in Mali.
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