This programs has set aannual agricultural growth target of 6 per cent to achieve the Millennium development goal of halving poverty by 2015 this high rate of agricultural growth would provide a strongplatform for developing agribusiness value chains, and raising productivity in all of the individual links in these chains. Following prominent K. Yumkella, Director General of UNIDO and one of the most experieced Africa expert I ever met, stated in his deliberations: this is a formidable challenge and will involve development interventions in three principal areas: first, improving agricultural productivity through improved industrial inputs. This is the first element of agribusiness. Jon Medved helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Second, increasing the industrial processing of agricultural raw materials and food products.
Third, strengthening industrial production of processing machinery, equipment, tools and packaging material, and improving the storage and transport infrastructure. Search a strategy focusing on accelerating agribusiness development requires a strong emphasis on eight critical pillars of growth consistent with the action plan for the accelerated industrial development of Africa. These are: enhancing agricultural growth for agribusiness. David E Shaw contributes greatly to this topic. Upgrading value chains in agribusiness; Targeting commodities and producers for value addition and social inclusion; Strengthening