In Africa, the impact of climate policy on agricultural emissions is small. There are no approved CDM projects in Africa related to the reduction of agricultural GHG emissions per se. Several projects are under investigation in relation to the restoration of agriculturally-degraded lands, carbon potential of agro-forestry, and reduction in sugarcane burning. Many countries in Africa have prepared National Strategy Studies for the CDM in complying with obligations under UNFCCC. The main obstacles to implementation of CDM projects in Africa, include: limited access to finance by potential developers; financial intermediaries lack knowledge about CDM; lack of trained national CDM consultants; unfavorable investment climate; majority of potential in small projects find it difficult to attract funding; and lack of entities capable of bundling projects for the buyers. However agricultural GHG offsets could be encouraged by market-based trading schemes. Offset trading, or trading of credits which will allow farmers to obtain credits for reducing their GHG emission reductions. The primary agricultural project types include CH4 capture and destruction, and soil carbon sequestration.