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Azerbaijan Value Chain Gap Analysis

The Value Chain Gap Analysis Report on Azerbaijan is meant to fill the “gap” in professional literature via providing a snapshot on how the government, the private sector and donor organizations work on creating an enabling environment to support value chain (VC) development. The report won’t answer any particular questions regarding a specific VC, but it assesses the regulatory framework, support measures offered by the state and donors, and the level of development of services available to farmers. The report briefly reviews the main agricultural commodities produced in the country, seeking for major issues that affect multiple VCs in the country. Then in the following sections, it analyses topics like access to finance, rules and regulations, and different stages of the value chain in terms of available infrastructure and resources. The report also presents a “mini VC study” on apiculture, in order to demonstrate, how the more general issues can be captured in a particular VC. The report also does a detailed review of different programmes operated by donor organizations, like USAID, GIZ and the EU. Based on the findings, the report identifies gaps in government and donor-led development activities and gives concrete recommendations to formulate better-targeted future VC development projects.

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发布者: FAO
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作者: John O’Connell, FAO Zoltan Hradszky
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组 织: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO
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年份: 2018
国际标准图书编号: 978-92-5-130672-7
国家: Azerbaijan
地理范围: 欧洲及中亚
类别: 书籍
内容语言: English
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