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This report aims to add a new dimension to ongoing debates and policy prescriptions around livelihoods and poverty reduction in rural areas of the developing world. Specifically it addresses the proposition that increased productivity of family farms is the critical pathway for widespread rural poverty. This report examines the current interest in the proposition that enhancing the productivity of family farms is the most effective way to reduce rural poverty in the developing world.

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