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タイトル: Policy-oriented Rural Development in China and Its Potential Influence on Rural Development in Africa
著者: ZHANG, Zhenke
LI, Jianqin
キーワード: Rural development
Household responsibility system
Poverty reduction
Policy oriented development
Inspiration
Africa and China
発行日: Jun-2018
出版者: The Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University
誌名: African study monographs. Supplementary issue.
巻: 57
開始ページ: 175
終了ページ: 187
抄録: In most developing countries, large populations live in rural areas and rely heavily on the agricultural economy. Rural development has attracted much attention from the United Nations (UN), governments in developing countries and rural development researchers. Both China and the countries of the African continent have vast areas of rural land, and numerous farmers. In this paper, the authors review rural development in China since 1978, and summarise stages of development and actual experiences. In the past 40 years, poverty reduction has been a key feature of regional planning and rural development in China, and rural development policies have played a crucial role in the success of rural poverty reduction. In 1978, some 250 million Chinese citizens, approximately 30% of the national population, were classified as living in poverty. With rural development and poverty reduction, the number of Chinese citizens in poverty decreased continuously to 125 million in 1986 and 80 million in 1993. In 2013, the population living in poverty in rural areas was about 70 million. The poverty reduction strategy in China has become much more precise and the central government hopes to solve the rural poverty problem before 2020. The three core components of China's rural development in recent decades have been policy, investment and technology. With government policies as a firm foundation, investment and technology have significantly accelerated the rural development process in China. China's rural development could potentially influence rural development in African countries, although there is a need to carefully consider the specific social systems of the different rural regions in the African continent. China's influence on African agriculture has been limited, but there is the potential for this to increase in the future.
著作権等: Copyright by The Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University, June 1, 2018.
DOI: 10.14989/233013
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/233013
出現コレクション:57(Land, Agriculture and Unfinished Decolonization in Africa: Essays in Honour of Sam Moyo)

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