Policies for the Emergence of Family Farming in the DRC
Bertin-Richard Landa Zengbe*
Associate Professor, University of Uélé/ISIRO, Bas-Uele Province, Democratic Republic of Congo
*Corresponding Author: Bertin-Richard Landa Zengbe, Associate Professor, University of Uélé/ISIRO, Bas-Uele Province, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Published: October 05, 2023
Policies to Emergence of the Family Agriculture in DRC: The development of the domestic agriculture in DRC rests one major issue for contribute to food security and fight against the poverty, which is essentially rural. Congolease families should be increasingly awareness of the importance of investing in domestic agriculture. It is indeed, one case of short, middle and long-term effect. In more of all sectors, agriculture is one of sectors where the family does not need much means for undertake. For guarantee the policy sustainable of the emergency of the domestic agriculture and the harmonious of socio-economic development, we suggest the human resources investment and financial in medium rural that should not be limited at some training of a few elites. It will be measured according to men and women’s capacity who are in family how to manage; to organize; to innovate; to assume responsibilities and finally to be adapted to the land concession system, at the scientific research progress, mechanization and the method in agricultural transformation. It needs the staff competence who should devote time for the frame of the farmer families and of the update in oeuvre of the accounting agricultural in the household. At this it is added the adaptation of the change of climate, the rehabilitation of the agricultural desert roads; the use of energy (to conditioning, conservation, transformation…) and of selected varieties; the valorization of shallows; the storage; the associative and cooperative movement; the specialization; the professionalization; the saving; the agricultural credit; the mobilization of capital by allocation of 10% of the national budget for agriculture and the enthusiasm of farmers to invest into domestic agriculture under the model of agricultural modern integrating breeding to crops.
Keywords: Policies; emergence; agricultural; family; modern