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Toward Resilience: Improving Market-based Responses to Disasters >

by on Jul 27, 2017  |  posted in Disaster Risk Reduction, Market Development  |  0 Comments

View & Download Presentation When disasters repeatedly hit poor populations, the market actors they rely on to cope and recover also face set-backs, leaving vulnerable groups without the support needed to finance and maintain their economic …

Beyond Production: Innovation and Opportunity for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Agricultural Market Systems >

View & Download Presentation Questions & Answers Read the Technical Brief: Promoting Women’s Empowerment in Post-Production Activities Women living in poverty occupy a large and growing role in agricultural production in developing countries, leading many development practitioners …

Upping the Ante: Adopting Market Systems Approaches in Conflict-Affected and Thin Market Contexts >

Market systems development programmes are implemented in contexts where markets aren’t working well, or at least not to the benefit of the poor. By definition, these contexts are not easy to analyze – and they …

Making Market Development Work When Crisis Hits >

Picture this: Your market development program is going well. Your strategy aligns with the national government’s objectives. Your donor is happy. Business owners are happy. People are getting jobs and earning income. The market is …

Implementing Market Systems Programs in Fragile Contexts >

Imagine for a minute that you are a farmer in a harsh climate with a short and fragile growing season. You rely on your farm for a majority of your income as well as a …

Discovering the Promise of Social Franchising >

From Franchise to Social Franchise Okay I'll admit it. Every so often when I drive past one of the ubiquitous Dunkin' Donuts, which blanket New England I stop in for a maple-glazed donut. Maybe it's a …

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