Identify and explain how Agricultural policies in any African country have been influenced by government subsidy
Subsidies help reduce the risk farmers endure from the weather, commodities brokers and disruptions in demand. Subsidies also give a boost to productivity in Africa by ensuring irrigation facilities to ensure easy access to some means of protective irrigation to all agricultural farms. Subsidies also lead to higher maize production in Africa despite reduced area and great allocation of land to other crops government.
Subsidies also lead to lower food prices, higher wages and lower poverty rates, particularly in rural areas. The subsidy program in Africa increases land productivity and releases agricultural land to crops that are of higher value.