Arab Food Security and Agricultural Development Policies the Experience of Algeria, Iraq


The study aims to identify the key elements of the Arab food security gap, and analyses the indicators of treatment, which repeatedly re-focus on agricultural development and related policies. The current focus in the development of Arab agricultural capacity is on experience of Iraq and Algeria being resource-rich economies and poor in food production.The Arab region is suffering decades of serious food dependency and rely on a deepening imports despite the abundance of material, financial and water resources, required to catch self-sufficiency. It assumes that the problem is institutional one rather than real development. It suggests scurrying to address the root of the problem on the relationships that can be estimated from a mathematical model for investment in technical sectors for quench, irrigation, and mass production agricultural lands.

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Nawfal K Ali Al ONAYNI, University of Mosul, Iraq

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Conference: ACSS2018
Stream: Economics and Management

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