• New in Inclusive Agribusiness

    Do you have any idea of just how much is happening in inclusive agri-business? The innovations, partnerships, supply chain agreements, assessment tools, lessons on impact and more? This month, the Practitioner Hub and Seas of Change for a series on ‘What’s new in inclusive agribusiness?’. Read more here
  • Six theme papers on Inclusive Agribusiness

    Six important themes to work on to achieve the structural and systemic change many inclusive agribusiness initiatives strive for. >>>
  • Editor’s choice: Inclusive agribusiness: the state of play

    The highlighted document gives context to the fascinating stories of what all kinds of people and organisations are working on in relation to inclusive agribusiness. The Editor's choice blog gives a summary of the key points and discussions of the document. Read it here

Business Case

Bangladesh Milk

The Charlands Livelihoods Programme (CLP) aims to improve the livelihood security of poor char dwellers, who benefit from the Milk Marketing Programme in Isolated Remote Areas (MMPIRA).

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Business Case

Sulawesi Indonesia Cocoa Sulawesi

VECO’s experience working in Sulawesi in partnership with the global cocoa trader Armajaro illustrates how partnering with the private sector can optimize our impact.

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Business Case

Nepal Apples

The case study presents a relatively small but meaningful pilot project that is presently scaling up from 400 to 3,000 farmers in Nepal’s most important apple growing district.

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India Dairy

Amul is the foremost dairy brand name in India and has held its position against competition from international giants such as Nestlé.

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more business cases >>>

Interview

K. Pattanakkittipong Country Manager, East West Seed, Myanmar.

K. Pattanakkittipong talks about EWS strategic activities in Myanmar.

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Interview

Marlar Soe, East West Seed, Myanmar

Marlar Soe talks about the knowledge transfer activities of EWS in Myanmar.

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Interview

Drew Johnson, MercyCorps, Myanmar.

This interview is part of a case study of the Making Vegetable Markets Work program, produced by Seas of Change and Wageningen UR.

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Interview

Mark Lundy, CIAT

CIAT’s Mark Lundy talks about trends in smallholder inclusion, going from pilots to scale, big businesses as development partners and more.

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Profile

Cocoa factsheet

The demands for sustainable cocoa production are on the rise, but true impact on farmers' livelihoods remains unclear.

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Profile

Coffee factsheet

Coffee ranks high among the most important agricultural commodities traded in international markets.

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Profile

Aquaculture factsheet

With an average growth of 6.6% since 1970, aquaculture is probably the fastest growing food-producing sector.

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Profile

Dairy factsheet

Small dairy cooperatives are growing rapidly in Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, and worldwide per capital milk consumption has grown.

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more profiles >>>

Research / Publication

Making Vegetable Markets Work in Myanmar

This multimedial case study offers insights and analysis combined with video interviews & transcriptions.

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Research / Publication

Six theme papers on Inclusive Agribusiness

Six themes short thought pieces were written to trigger thinking on key dimensions of inclusive agribusiness.

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Research / Publication

April series: What’s new in inclusive agribusiness?

What's new in inclusive agribusiness? Innovations, partnerships, assessment tools, lessons on impact & more.

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Research / Publication

Workshop report: towards a global agenda for inclusive agribusiness

Key points for a global inclusive agribusiness research and learning agenda.

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