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Brazil as an Emerging Donor in Africa’s Agricultural Sector: Comparing Two Projects

Title :
Brazil as an Emerging Donor in Africa’s Agricultural Sector: Comparing Two Projects
Authors :
Cesarino, Letícia
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Source :
Agrarian South: Journal of Political Economy; December 2015, Vol. 4 Issue: 3 p371-393, 23p
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This article approaches the recent phenomenon of South–South cooperation with a focus on Brazil’s recent interventions in the agricultural sector. It reports on the case of Brazil as a provider of technical cooperation for the African continent, based on the experience of its national agricultural research institute, best known by its acronym Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA). The first section provides a historical genealogy of South–South cooperation and the experience of Brazil. The second compares two projects that EMBRAPA is currently implementing in Africa. Based on this historical and comparative discussion, it concludes by assessing the potential of South–South cooperation for re-politicizing international development.

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