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- n. A person who owns or runs a smallholding.
- n. A small slaveholder, a person who owns a smallholding.
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- n. a person owning or renting a smallholding
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Malawi is one example of successful investment in smallholder farmers, helping them gain access to seeds and fertilizers.
If donors will match that successful effort with similar pooled support in areas such as smallholder agriculture, primary education, primary health, family planning and infrastructure, Africa's leaders can do the rest.
The goal in this research, he said, is to provide food security by increasing economic returns to "smallholder" farming households who depend on rain-fed agriculture.
The farmer is Aunt Eliza’s old boy-friend and the smallholder is their son Ransome.
Family business operations such as smallholder farms and shops employed about 90 percent of Mozambique’s labour force, the bank said.
Acumen Fund co-invested with Root Capital to enable GADC to purchase conventional and organic seed cotton from smallholder farmers.
Amitabha Sadangi in orange of GEWP is creating increased income -- and choice -- for smallholder farmers.
Of the 20% in use, mostly by smallholder farmers who support their families with a hectare or less of land, only 4% is actually irrigated.
Figuring out who owns the land before acquisitions take place can help ensure the interests of smallholder farmers, promote local economic growth, and support community coordination with international investors.
It is a scenario that has kept many smallholder farmers in Mali locked in poverty.
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