- Popular places of social factors for the agriculture industry.
- Consumer Lifestyle emerging trends in a wide range of social factors that influence agricultural, consumer demographic variables affect consumer decision-making role models, and population growth rates are included.
- For example , a visit to Zimbabwe in emerging economies like China and India rising young consumers . Effect of different purposes for Zimbabwe as an important social factor can be specified for the.
- Technology greatly , particularly African countries, agriculture has been transformed , and opportunities need to be revamped , especially the traditional , absolute technology front are quite wide .
- Connects suppliers with buyers in all areas of agriculture with more use of technology can be simplified ; Can help farmers use the internet with the farmers on best farming techniques and materials get access to publications.
- Develop new software that will help water modeling , ground water flow direction and determine the quantities of irrigation farmers in Zimbabwe to determine the quantity of water can go a long way.
- Technology can easily replace manpower and especially Mutorashanga, Muzarabani and Mberengwa challenge may reduce the inaccessibility of remote areas . People in these areas of new technology , has become a major tool for sending and receiving data , using smart phones , which are very eager to adopt .
- Over six million people live in Zimbabwe’s marginal rural lands which are characterized by infertile soils and unreliable rainfall, lack of control of water rights and top secret access to the bulk of the nation’s natural resources.
- Inequitable access to these resources means that 4500 mainly white large farmers today dominate Zimbabwe’s largely agrarian economy.
- Together with transnational capital, white agrarian interests control key sectors such as tourism, forestry, commodity exports and the narrow agro- industrial complex underlying its urban political economy.
- The net main losses predicted include rising unemployment, reduced GDP and deteriorating race relations and security while the socio-political result predicted is political and economic instability, white skills emigration and a slowdown in the indigenous commercial farmer empowerment process.
- In fact, there is little expectation of major losses in food outputs or of increased food imports and thus food aid as a result of the land acquisition. The major fear is based on losses of exports.
- Zimbabwe is a country with serious social and political problems has environmental concerns to match.
- Misguided resettlement programs by the government have resulted in environmental degradation and soil erosion, while reducing agricultural yields.
- Over-grazing and agriculture, combined with the erosion, are causing desertification in some areas.
- This study neither examines the political factor affecting Zimbabwe’s economical performance, nor the design and conduct of macroeconomic policy reform.
- It is of course important to recognize the political constrains on policy choices and their implementations that necessarily affected any country’s prospects for income growth and equity.
- Indeed political consideration too often prevent government in developed countries from adopting economic rationality, a key ingredient in effective policymaking is political feasibility.
- The Ministry responsible for agricultural policy and support services is the Ministry of lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement.
- It has under its sphere of influences the control of some prostate organizations.
- After Independence, a Commission was also established with the task of initiating an inquiry into agriculture reform. the results of this inquiry were published in the chavunduk a report, and many of the policies later formulated by the Ministry of Agriculture.
- The government of Zimbabwe has a national policy that places food security as a top priority’s a result the government has generously funded agriculture research.
- The level of nation awareness of the potential contribution of agriculture biotechnology to food security in Zimbabwe need to be enhance.
- Debate on safety and ethical issues relating to the applications of biotechnology is taking place in Zimbabwe.
- The current population in Zimbabwe is about 12 million (FAOSTAT, 1999) with an estimated annual growth rate of over 3%. The annual growth in agricultural output is currently estimated at 2.5%, but fluctuates with weather conditions.
- Therefore, whereas in years of good rainfall the country produces enough food to feed the nation and enjoys surpluses for export, in years of drought the reverse is the case. more over the part of little land is occupy poor in general.
- The demographic features of the population of Zimbabwe, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
- The government’s land reform program badly damaged the sector, turning Zimbabwe into a net importer of food products.
- Higher population is effected the agriculture industry.
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