Strategies of Offers and Agricultural Sustainable Food Security
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- MOUNIROU, Ichaou
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- This paper aims to identify the strategy for the efficient and capable of improving the welfare of cotton farmer’s agricultural supply. The estimation results of model type Nerlove (2003) show that the strategy of supply of cotton with food crops such as maize and cassava recursively improves the welfare of cotton farmers. This strategy has fostered that informal cross-border trade between Benin, Niger and Togo. Virtuous relationship between cotton and grain crops (maize and cassava) promote increased agricultural incomes and help ensure food security. The actual strategy also minimizes the long waiting periods for cotton farm incomes and reduced selling off chemical inputs for cotton. For sustainable green growth strategy that must be sustained and subject to the creation of an agricultural sector organized. This sector should be supported by public and private investments, practices and periodic training on the new challenges of sustainable diversified agriculture.
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