An overview of fertilizer statistics in Nigeria from 2013- 2016 based on Official trade data obtained from Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) and validated by the Fertilizer Technical Working Group in Nigeria.
 An overview of fertilizer statistics in Senegal from 2013 to 2016 based on Official trade data obtained from Senegal Customs and validated by Senegal Fertilizer Technical Working Group (FTWG-SEN). Read more
 An overview of fertilizer statistics in Ghana from 2013 to 2016 based on Official trade data obtained from Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) and validated by CountrySTAT Fertilizer Technical Working Group – Ghana (FTWG-GHA)
 An overview of fertilizer statistics in Burkina Faso from 2013 to 2016 based on Official trade data obtained from Burkina Faso Customs and validated by Burkina Faso Fertilizer Technical Working Group (FTWG-BFA). Read more
 An overview of fertilizer statistics in Cote d’Ivoire from 2013 to 2016 based on Official trade data obtained from Ivorian Customs and Validated by Fertilizer Technical Working Group – Cote d’Ivoire (FTWG-CIV).
 This technical report is about Mozambique Fertilizer Technical Working Group Statistics Validation Workshop from 2010 to 2014.
 This publication is the Fertilizer Institute’s (TFI) second State of the Industry Report. The publication and its corresponding digital version track industry performance on environmental, economic, and social indicators. Read more
 The world Bank Group’s Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) pilot project focuses on measuring regulations, policies and infrastructures that affect the business of agriculture and its key players. By identifying and monitoring relevant regulations and policies, EBA seeks to provide policy makers with an evidence-vacked tool that can be used to foster an enabling environment for local and regional agribusinesses to take root and thrive. Read more
 A FAO’s study on agricultural growth in west Africa focusing on market and policy drivers. Read more
 This report by National Accelerated Agricultural Inputs Access Programme (NAAIAP) in collaboration with Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Department of Kenya Soil Survey, February 2014 on soil suitability evaluation is a useful tool to guide farmers, farmer groups, extension providers, dealers in fertilizers and other stakeholders on the types and levels of fertilizer application for different areas in the country.