In a recent article in Food Policy, “Taking stock of Africa’s second-generation agricultural input subsidy programs,” Thomas Jayne, Nicole Mason, William J. Burke, and Joshua Ariga evaluate the success of input subsidy programs (ISPs) in Africa. Jayne and his co-authors find that ISPs, government programs that subsidize the price of fertilizer for farmers, have short-term benefits for some farmers, but weakly contribute to long-term economic development.
 This is a register of fertilizer manufacturing and processing plants known to be operational in Sub Saharan Africa. It also includes a section on proposed projects either under construction or likely to be operational within the next 5 years.
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 This is the third year of presenting the Fertilizer Market Situation Statement. This statement provides a summary of the evolution of the East African and Southern African fertilizer market based on data. For the first time, South Africa was included in the data collection to complete the East African fertilizer market assessment.
 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.