Plateforme de Connaissances sur les Chaînes de Valeur Alimentaires Durables

Chain-Wide Learning for Inclusive Agrifood Market Development - A Guide to Multi-Stakeholder Processes for Linking Small-Scale Producers to Modern Markets

2008

This manual provides a methodology for finding ways to better link small-scale producers to modern markets. The manual can and has been used in training programmes and courses devoted to linking small-scale farmers to markets.  The manual is intended for market actors interested in creating direct links with small-scale suppliers, government policy-makers tasked with rural development, producer organisations working for their members, NGOs working for the rural poor, or researchers working to understand and support processes aimed at greater inclusion of small-scale producers. The manual is composed of five chapters: Chapter1: Introduction; Chapter2: Modern dynamic markets; Chapter 3: Understanding institutions and their influence on markets; Chapter 4: The methodology in practice: An overview; Chapter 5:  The methodology in practice: a step by step guide.

Pays: Non-country specific
Produits: Non-Commodity specific
Thèmes: Information-sharing, trust and transparency
Auteur (personne): Sonja Vermeulen, Jim Woodhill, Felicity Proctor, Rik Delnoye
Éditeur: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), Capacity Development and Institutional Change Programme (CD&IC) - Wageningen University and Research Centre
Catégorie: Field-based materials
Niveau: Advanced
Type: Learning material
Format: Document
Références: EN
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