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Infrastructure development in Bangladesh: Building rural livelihoods
Do improved roads increase the availability of medical services in remote area? They do. In addition, they also improve the mobility of women, the availability of products and agricultural inputs in rural markets, the possibility for children to reach their schools and the connectivity of rural producers with suppliers and buyers, as the Market Infrastructure Development Project in Charland...
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Multi-stakeholder platform – an instrument for steering sector development
High Value Agriculture Project in Hill and Mountain Areas (HVAP) organised multi-stakeholder interaction workshops for off-season vegetables, ginger and turmeric, and goat meat value chains on 28 March, 4 April, and 2 May respectively. The multi-stakeholder platforms (MSP) were organised in Surkhet involving the producer groups and cooperatives, traders, input suppliers and service providers to...
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Knowledge Management Workshop for KM Focal Person of Tejaswini
It was a great opportunity for all KM persons of Tejaswini MP and Maharashtra to attend the Knowledge Management Workshop organised by IFAD in Mumbai, during 15-16 April 2013. In the Presence of Country Coordinator Smt. Meera Mishra and MD of MAVIM, we learnt various kinds of techniques and contents to write a good success story, case study, lesson learn and best practice with the best...
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LCS: Women in Infrastructure Development
In Bangladesh, a traditional Muslim society, rural women hardly participate inactivities outside their home. Their economic activities are confined mostly to livestock and poultry farming, and their agricultural activities limited to homestead production and post-harvest operations. But Labour Contracting Society (LCS) in some places has changed the traditional scenario. Rural women are...
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Rooting value chain across IFAD investment and grant programs in the Philippines
Pasig City, Philippines: As an offshoot from the discussion during the 5 th Annual Country Programme Review (ACPoR) of IFAD-Philippines on November 2012, the International Potato Center through its Food Security Through Asian Roots and Tubers (FoodSTART)* program (CIP-FoodSTART) addressed the need for capacity building support on value chains through training on “Integrating value...
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