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Agriculture is the backbone of every african economy, especially in the sab-saharan africa, and more than 60% of the african population depend on agriculture for their basic need. Given these points, on my honest opinion, at least 10% of public expenditure should be for agriculture.If government and international intervention has backfired in the past, this is because of :  Exteriority of project, that is, insufficient environmental approach which does not takes into consideration the realities of the local milieu, and application of inadequate development models which is evident of the lack of adequate knowledge about the real conditions of the environment.  Isolation of project in relation to, the national economy, the environment and limited time.  Inflexibility and regidity of project arising from initiators of the projects not taking into consideration changes in the agraria systems Best regards sanguv simon peter fomonyuy yaounde Cameroon http://petersanguv.blogspot.com