Growing sustainable agriculture in Mozambique

IIED Briefing
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Published: April 2015
IIED Briefing Papers
Product code:17294IIED

Stronger evidence, advocacy and policy can transform agriculture by spreading sustainable farming practices among smallholders.

In Mozambique there is strong support for sustainable agriculture from different actors, with approaches including agroforestry and conservation agriculture increasingly promoted throughout the country by the Ministry of Agriculture, civil society, farmers’ groups and development agencies. Research trials and anecdotal evidence suggest that these practices increase yields, are more resilient and are economically accessible for small-scale farmers. Despite this, uptake among smallholders remains low.

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Sicili, L. and Buckley, L. (2015). Growing sustainable agriculture in Mozambique. IIED, London.
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