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The Agriculture Sector in Eastern Ukraine: Analysis and Recommendations











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    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Ukraine has conducted a nationwide survey of agricultural enterprises with land up to 250 hectares. The survey included 1 927 agricultural enterprises (involved in crop and livestock production) in 23 oblasts, including selected rayons in Donetska, Kharkivska, Khersonska and Zaporizka oblasts that are under the control of the Government of Ukraine. Luhanska oblast (temporarily occupied) was excluded from the survey as well as the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (temporarily occupied). The survey aimed at assessing the impact of the war on agrifood value chains and on crop and livestock producers, as well as estimating rehabilitation and recovery needs. The analysis is part of a series of complementary assessments that aim at providing a comprehensive understanding of the impact of the war on Ukraine’s agriculture sector and identifying possible programming and policy responses.
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    Ukraine: Review of the Sunflower Oil Sector - 2004 Update and Mid-Term Strategy
    Report N. 10 - August 2005
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    This publication is part of report series published under the FAO Investment Centre/European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Cooperation Programme. The series presents sector reviews and studies undertaken in Central and Eastern Europe that cover development issues and innovative areas to increase investment in agriculture in the region. This publication provides an update to the FAO Investment Centre/EBRD Report No. 2: Ukraine: Review of the Sunflower Oil Sector (2002). It also inc ludes a mid-term strategy for the Ukrainian oilseeds sector, prepared in close collaboration with a wide range of public and private stakeholders. Between 2002 and 2005, EBRD continued to invest in the Ukrainian oilseed sector and asked FAO to pursue its efforts to promote a more active and transparent policy dialogue between local private stakeholders and Ukraines policy makers. Based on this report, the Government of Ukraine has started to implement some of the policy recommendations put forwa rd, in particular the progressive reduction of Ukraines export tax of oilseeds. The report provides useful background information for commodity analysts, financial institutions wishing to invest in the oilseed sector and governments of oilseed producing countries.
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    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. Ukraine
    The European Union's Neighbourhood Programme
    2013
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    A general assessment of the agriculture and rural areas economic sectors will be crucial for developing proper strategies for the agriculture and rural development of the countries. These studies will contribute to assess the situation in the sector, prioritise and target sub-sectors, areas of intervention and beneficiaries, in consultation with the local public and private stakeholders. Its results will also have an impact on the ongoing consultations/negotiations for Deep and Comprehensive Fre e Trade Agreements (DCFTA). The overall scope of the project is in line with the European Neighbourhood Programme (ENP) for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), an EU initiative built along the line of EU’s best practice in developing agriculture and rural areas and funded under the European Neighbourhood Programme Instrument (ENPI). Based on the results of this project, ENPARD programmes and activities could be identif ied, elaborated and implemented in interested EaP countries. The studies cover the 6 Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a regional report gives an overview and covers the issues that can be addressed at regional or sub-regional level. All the studies are available in English and in the respective language of their country, the regional report is available in English and Russian. This report covers Armenia FAO Project No. GCP/RER/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262

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