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Lecture 1:Importance of Farm Machines in the Contest of Enhance Production,

Brazil, China and India, in particular, offer individual farmers and cooperatives a combined package of assistance, trade and investment. After the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in , Beijing pledged to help Africa boost its agricultural mechanisation. Amongst other initiatives, China launched the Agricultural Technology Demonstration Centre concept, which has four functions: agrotechnological research, extension, training and the promotion of Chinese farming equipment. There are now 23 centres across Africa which are managed by public and private Chinese companies. Meanwhile, the agricultural situation in Brazil, which combines large agricultural estates with many small-scale farmers, has prompted Brasilia to consider offering its solutions for application in Africa, says Lidia Cabral, an economist at the Institute of Development Studies in the UK.

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As part of its More Food International cooperation programme launched in , Brazil has developed an export credit facility to grant concessional loans for the purchase of machinery manufactured in Brazil, accompanied by technical cooperation and advice on setting up a suitable legal framework. In Ghana, for instance, the Agricultural Mechanisation Service Enterprise Centre programme offers rentals of tractors and other equipment. In February , Senegal received over new equipped tractors, and the delivery of an additional is pending.

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Chinese companies are also very involved in Africa, particularly the agriculture and construction machinery manufacturer, the YTO Group Corporation. In addition to BRICS countries, developed countries have increasingly become mobilised in recent years. This 4-year project aims to develop locally tailored small-scale agricultural mechanisation, especially in collaboration with women farmers.

In , FAO signed a partnership with the European Committee of Associations of Manufacturers of Agricultural Machinery to promote sustainable agricultural mechanisation in Africa through a public-private partnership. The aim was to develop regional pilot projects on mechanisation underpinned by public-private and private-private partnerships.


One of the main conclusions of the meeting stressed that agricultural mechanisation needs to be adapted to local conditions because no one recipe exists for the differing ecological conditions in which African farmers operate. It was also deemed to be crucial that agricultural mechanisation is environmentally compatible, economically viable and that, in the view of the changing climate, it is climate-smart. Participants agreed that FAO, in collaboration with partners, would develop a concept note to advance sustainable mechanisation in Africa that will be tabled at the high-level meeting of the African Union Commission for endorsement in Agricultural mechanisation in Africa now, more than ever before, needs to be approached pragmatically.