Policy-Regulatory Reforms and Institutional Support for enhanced Productivity of Smallholder Agriculture in Mozambique
Mozambique has a very high potential for Agriculture with a diverse range of agro-ecological zones with potential to support a diverse spectrum of crops and varieties. The country is endowed with an excellent network of corridors and ports to facilitate agricultural and seed export to the region and beyond. However, for the country to realize this potential to the full, the government has to create among other things an enabling climate for all agricultural actors to operate effectively. One of the key strategies by governments globally to create a conducive environment for agricultural transformation and growth, is the development and deployment of progressive agricultural policies, laws and regulations which are sensitive to the complexity of agriculture as an industry and the complex and variable enablers articulated in this report which influence agricultural transformation and growth positively or adversely.