Farmers of Africa get little benefit from the decrease in oil prices in the world market.
According to the reports plantation of coffee in Uganda and maize fields in Zambia gave some pay back to the farmers in Africa. It was because the recent price drops of oil in international market. Still the farmers and the middle men living there are going hard to make both ends meet.
South Africa is the country with the most complicated economic system. The worst thing is that the fuel prices are repeatedly increasing by the government and farmers have nothing in their hands but the government is going to decrease the oil price just as a difference.
In some places many minute owners are still ignorant that oil prices have been lessened in international market in July. This leads to the less profit to the farmers or the agriculture producers and life is made tough for them who die for producing food for other to live.
An old Ugandan farmer, Gladys Kavuma who is seventy three years old said that if the fuel price is decreasing really then the traders should pay us more than before. He is farming coffee on two acres of area and he is doing this for about forty years. Moreover, said that if the prices are lessened, no matter what after some days they will be increased due to some reasons.
The oil prices are dropped but they are not that much affective for farmers.
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