AGRICULTURAL VALUE CHAIN FINANCE journal of life on earth

Special: Biodiversity & Agriculture


AGRICULTURAL VALUE
CHAIN FINANCE
journal of life on earth

Summary of the conference “Agricultural Value Chain Finance”
Costa Rica - May 16-18, 2006

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
and the
Academia de Centroamérica, Costa Rica, 2007



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Table of Contents

Part 1   [776Kb]

    Preface
    Introduction

Part 2   [860Kb]

    1. Value chain financing: a strategy for an orderly, competitive, integrated market
    2. Lessons learned in agricultural value chain financing
    3. Modern value chains: twards the creation and strengthening of creditworthiness
    4. Models of agricultural value chain financing

Part 3   [860Kb]

    5. Financial entities and agricultural value chains: innovative arrangements
    6. Technical assistance, risk mitigation and access to financial services
    7. Dialogue with donors and international organizations
    4. Summary and conclusions
    Appendixes


© FAO and the Academia de Centroamérica, 2008