Agriculture Value Chain Finance

Agricultural value chain finance innovations and lessons: Case Studies in Africa

Today, global food production is facing significant challenges, threatening the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Strengthening financial services for roots and tubers value chains development in Africa

The demand for roots and tubers derived products has grown in the past decade, globally and regionally, leading to an increase in production in several African countries, where the majority of the producers are smallholder farmers

Micro-finance for small-scale fisheries

Employment in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors has grown faster than the world population and faster than employment in traditional agriculture.

Sector Analysis Report: Beans Sector in Uganda

The bean sector is of significant importance in Uganda and has tremendous potential to contribute to the achievement of the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in food security, nutrition, health, and poverty reduction among small landholders.

Strengthening financial services for roots and tubers value chains development in Africa

The demand for roots and tubers derived products has grown in the past decade, globally and regionally, leading to an increase in production in several African countries, where the majority of the producers are smallholder farmers

Examining the Climate Finance Gap for Small-Scale Agriculture

In a rapidly changing world, agriculture remains the heart of sustainable development. The risks facing the world in this final decade left to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals are many, but the opportunities are equally numerous.

AgrInvest-Food Systems Project – Political economy analysis of the Ethiopian food system

This study aims to inform the implementation in Ethiopia of the AgrInvest-Food Systems Project, a collaboration between the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) to promote private investment in African

Delivering on Regional Agricultural Trade in Africa: Considerations for Investors on Inclusive Supply Chains

The Commercial Agriculture for Smallholders and Agribusiness (CASA) programme is a flagship programme of the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) and is intended to increase global investment in agribusinesses that trade with smallholders in equitable commercial relationships, increasing smallholders’ incomes and climate resilience

Responding to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on food value chains through efficient logistics

To contain the COVID-19 pandemic (caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2), governments around the world have implemented measures, including a severe reduction in the transportation of goods ies and aquaculture sectors has grown faster than the world population and faster than employment in traditional agriculture.

INSURED Uganda country update: Feasibility study on agricultural insurance for oilseed farmers

A feasibility study carried out for the INSURED programme set out to answer those questions and provide concrete recommendations for the design and delivery of future insurance schemes. This brief sums up the study’s findings.

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