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Agricultural development requires to be followed by farmers’ access to credit.
For example if farmers are unconstrained, production and consumption decisions get separated such that, credit unconstrained farmers can choose an optimal level of inputs for their production processes.
In this way, the input use decision does not depend on credit provision.
On the other hand, if farmers are credit constrained, investment decisions will depend on loan provision.
As such, access to finance enables investment, which in turn improve economic performance of the farmer by reducing costs through the adoption of a new technology or by increasing income through adapting production to new challenges.
However, existing empirical literature on access to credit for a country like Rwanda is very limited.
The aim of this book presented in this study is to measure access to credit and to empirically determine the factors that may influence farmers’ credit constraints in Rwanda.Therefore,this book provide a new hint of success to micro finance institutions and NGOs operating in developing economies for their sustainability and their effectiveness to link low income people with other value chain actors
SEBAKAMBWE Augustin Is a Development Economist, he has been working in different development and research Project Rwanda.
He obtained his Bsc from Kigali Independent University in Business Economics & his Master from Wageningen University, the Netherlands.
He is currently working with World Bank funded Project in Rwanda.
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