Most of sub-Saharan Africa’s economies are dominated by the agriculture sector. On average, agriculture accounts for 32% of gross domestic product and employs 65% of the labour force. In some nations, it contributes over 80% of trade in price and additional than 50% of raw materials to industries.
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The greatest source of power for land preparation in sub-Saharan Africa remains human muscle power. In Central Africa an estimated 80% of cultivated land is worked manually while in Eastern and Southern Africa, that figure is about 50%. On average, less than 20% of mechanisation services are provided by engine power in sub-Saharan Africa.