Sudan could be the bread-basket of the world: lessons unlearned

Editor: Allam Ahmed, Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex, UK

This book aims to address the question of how Sudan can realises its potential to be the breadbasket of the world and at least feed its own people.  In doing so, the book will critically analyse the potential for the growth of Sudan’s agricultural and animal sectors, what are the lessons unlearned from the failed attempts to develop Sudan as a breadbasket of the world in the 1970s and what are the challenges for realising its potential, so that Sudan can become, if not an agricultural power, at least an exporter of food, and thus cease to rank among the poorest countries in the world. The book puts together, for the first time, original and cutting-edge contributions aimed at illuminating and charting new directions for researching, teaching and understanding of this subject matter.

CALL FOR CHAPTERS
Sudan could be the bread-basket of the world: lessons unlearned
Deadline for Chapter Submission: 15th October 2017

In order to assess the suitability of any submission for any book in the Series, authors are required to submit an abstract (100–150 words maximum) which concisely and clearly outlines the purpose, methodology, findings, contribution, limitation as well as practical implications (if applicable) of the chapter. Please consult the Guidelines for Chapters Preparation before submitting your abstract/chapter.

Manuscripts, in the first instance, should be forwarded no later than 15th October 2017 to Allam Ahmed ().

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