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What drives input susidy policy reform? The case of Zambia 2002-2016

What drives input susidy policy reform? The case of Zambia 2002-2016
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food security group 27 October 2016

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This paper addresses these questions by applying the Kaleidoscope Model for agricultural and food security policy change to the specific case of agricultural input policy in Zambia. Since 2002, the Farmer Input Support Program (FISP) (formerly the Fertilizer Support Program, FSP) has been a major cornerstone of Zambia’s agricultural policy. Over the years, however, many researchers have highlighted weaknesses with the program and proposed other options.


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