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Accessing Higher-Value Local Markets: Lead Firm Collaboration is a Win-Win! >

Smallholder producer cooperatives tend to have low production volumes. When cooperatives are successful in increasing their production, they often face problems with proper storage and finding markets. Cooperatives and their products are often unknown to …

Bridging The Income Inequality Gap: Thoughts from #SEEP2016 >

by on Sep 29, 2016  |  posted in Annual Conference, Populations  |  0 Comments

This blog post originally appeared on the Microlinks Financing Growth Blog. We are pleased to share it here with the SEEP Community. “Does growing inequality threaten our ability to obtain sustainable poverty reduction? What are the implications …

The Progress out of Poverty Index (PPI): Drawing Value from Data >

by on Sep 19, 2016  |  posted in Annual Conference, Populations, Ultra Poor  |  0 Comments

For a microfinance loan officer, managing a portfolio of hundreds of clients and keeping a vigilant eye on the financial bottom line is critical for reaching sustainability and scale. At the same time, she wants …

Why Partnerships Are Key to Integrating Smallholders in Corporate Supply Chains >

Farmers’ access to stable, profitable markets is a powerful mechanism for lifting themselves out of poverty. Large retailers and food companies can open the door to these market opportunities, but integrating smallholders into corporate supply …

Applying Lessons Learned to Strengthen Seed Systems >

“It’s been a good harvest this year,” said George, manager of Phoenix Seeds, a commercial farm in the Manica Province of Mozambique. Surrounded by stalks of maize, George gazed out at the vast plot of …

Can Microfinance Help the Poor Following Disasters? >

“How can you lend to them? Won’t it just make them worse off?” In the weeks following 2013’s Typhoon Haiyan, these were questions that many concerned humanitarian responders voiced to me. Indeed, apprehension about affected …

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