value chains

VALUE CHAINS

Events
A virtual seminar hosted by the African Development Institute (ADI) of the African Development Bank.
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Smallholder value chains are highly adaptive and changing systems. Value Chain Development interventions should take this into account to ensure these value chains remain competitive in turbulent markets.
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The workshop, organised by PIM and Wageningen University and Research, brought together the CGIAR Community of Practice in value chains research for the second annual meeting.
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In early October 2018, PIM’s Flagship on Inclusive and Efficient Value Chains hosted a workshop on Integrating Value Chain Research across CGIAR. The goal of the meeting, held jointly with our partner Wageningen University and Research, was to catalyze the development of a CGIAR Value Chains community of practice.
Webinar
When: 17 October 2018, 10-11 am EST Presenter: Simla Tokgoz, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)   Measuring policy
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Measuring food loss, identifying where in the food system it occurs, and developing effective policies along every stage of the value chain are essential first steps in addressing the problem of food loss and waste in developing countries. Food loss has been defined in many ways, and disagreement remains regarding proper terminology and measurement methodology. New paper addresses the existing measurement gap.
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Study showed that nearly 75% of consumers in Cusco, Peru were willing to pay at least 10% more for the locally grown fruits. Those ready to pay premium were on average younger, more educated, had higher household incomes, and had more young children.
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Since the early 2000’s, practitioners and researchers have been working on ways to design market-oriented development interventions with smallholders. Many
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The new book edited by a group of authors working with our Inclusive Value Chains and Efficient Trade research flagship talks about value-chain development