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Accessing International Markets: Ports and Portsheds

Publication Date: January, 2014

More than 300 million Africans, about 30 percent of the total population, live more than one day away from the nearest port.

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Accessing Local Markets: Marketsheds

Publication Date: January, 2014

Across Africa buying and selling connects people. For a small-scale farmer, this trade takes place primarily within a limited geographic area based on access to market centers of a given size.

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Administrative Boundaries

Publication Date: January, 2014

The most common ways to present data for research, demographic, political, and other reporting purposes is by administrative unit or the unit of measure that recognizes the political boundaries and area of a country.

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Africa's Agricultural Research Pool

Publication Date: January, 2014

Absolute levels of staffing in public agriculture research and development (R&D) vary considerably across the 39 countries in Africa south of the Sahara.

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Agroecological Zones

Publication Date: January, 2014

Agroecological zones (AEZs) are geographical areas exhibiting similar climatic conditions that determine their ability to support rainfed agriculture.

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Atlas of African Agriculture Research & Development: Revealing Agriculture's Place in Africa

Publication Date: January, 2014

The Atlas of African Agriculture Research & Development presents a broad range of geospatial data that relate to strategic agriculture policy, investment, and planning issues.

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Benefits of Trypanosomosis Control in the Horn of Africa

Publication Date: January, 2014

Using the Horn of Africa as an example, the maps illustrate different steps in a methodology developed to estimate and map the economic benefits to livestock keepers of controlling a disease.

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Blue and Green Virtual Water Flows

Publication Date: January, 2014

The maps show blue and green net virtual water flows caused by the production and consumption of 19 major crops (wheat, barley, rye, maize, rice, sorghum, millet, pulses, soybeans, groundnuts, sunflow

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Blue and Green Water Use by Irrigated Crops

Publication Date: January, 2014

In these maps, blue water refers to irrigation water while green water is precipitation stored in the soil that is also used by irrigated crops.

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Cereal Crops

Publication Date: January, 2014
Cereals are grown in all of Africa except for desert and forested areas.  The cereal area is about 30 percent maize, 23 percent sorghum, 21 percent millet, 9 percent wheat, and 9 percent ric
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