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The price and quality of input can affect the comparative advantage of agriculture production and as a result, affect the income of farm households in West and Central Africa.

Stakeholders of the agri-inputs industry face major constraints from access to loans and equipment to cross-border restrictions to movements of fertilizer and seeds. Without a vibrant agri-input sector, it will be difficult to meet the ambitions laid out in the national and regional agriculture investment plans. CORAF shall continue to work on these critical issues from the perspective of increasing the production and use of agri-inputs, increasing private sector participation, building alliances with key players and improving related policies.

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