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Copyright © 2016 by Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of IAPRI, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other non-commercial uses permitted by copyright law. Zambia Agriculture Status Report 2016 Antony Chapoto and Brian Chisanga

i About IAPRI Established in 2011, Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute (IAPRI) is Zambia’s first indigenous policy research institute dedicated to policy analysis of the agricultural and environmental sectors. IAPRI is a non-profit company limited by guarantee and collaboratively works with public and private stakeholders. The institute’s vision is “to be the Centre of Excellence for Agricultural Policy Research and Outreach in Zambia”. IAPRI exists to carry out agricultural policy research and outreach activities, serving the agricultural sector in Zambia to achieve sustainable pro-poor agricultural development. The Institute sees the improvement of rural livelihoods as the key to achieving broad-based poverty reduction in Zambia. Achieving this entails enhancing smallholder agricultural productivity, expanding agricultural markets and trade, improving natural resource management, and expanding the resilience of vulnerable households to external shocks. IAPRI’s mandate is to utilize empirical evidence to advise and guide the Government of Zambia and other stakeholders on agricultural investments and policies. The overarching goal of IAPRI’s policy analysis and outreach efforts is to identify policies and investments in the agricultural sector that can effectively stimulate inclusive economic growth and poverty reduction. This is achieved through three core operational activities: • Producing authentic, impartial, and high-quality research on agricultural, food, and natural resource policy issues in Zambia and the wider southern Africa region; • Integrating research findings into national, regional, and international programs and policy strategies to promote sustainable agricultural growth and alleviate hunger and poverty in Zambia; and • Supporting the development and strengthening of capacity for policy research, analysis and outreach of public and private institutions in Zambia

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