Using value chain approaches in agribusiness and agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa

Summary

A methodological guide
Tools That Make Value Chains Work: Discussion and Cases
Prepared for the World Bank
J.E. Austin Associates, Inc.
Principal Author:
Martin Webber, J.E. Austin Associates, Inc.
Program Director:
Patrick Labaste, The World Bank


From the guide's overview

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This Guide to value chain approaches provides the user with actionable methods and tools to
increase the productivity and performance of sub-Saharan African (SSA) agriculture.
The Guide is intended for use by a number of audiences. Most directly, it provides planners,
decision makers, and implementers with practical tools for creating effective value and supply
chain development programs. It also provides public and private stakeholders with a common
framework for prioritizing decisions on sector and sub-sector competitiveness. Policy makers,
business leaders, members of the development community, researchers, and practitioners can use
these methods and approaches to promote the development of traditional and non-traditional
value chains in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Author
Martin Webber (J.E. Austin Associates, Inc.)

Organization
J.E. Austin Associates prepared for the World Bank

Group
Marketing case studies

File type
PDF

File size
2800 Kb

Topic
MARKETS AND MARKETING

Keywords
marketing, value added

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