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Including Labor in our Systems View of Markets and Poverty >

by on Jul 30, 2014  |  posted in Enterprise Development, Value Chain  |  0 Comments

View & Download Presentation Here Labor markets—and the diversity and quality of jobs that are available—play a critically important role in the resilience of extremely poor households and their long-term pathway out of poverty. Through its …

Improving Food Security through Inclusive Markets >

by on Jul 23, 2014  |  posted in Ultra Poor, Value Chain  |  0 Comments

This webinar was hosted by SEEP's Strengthening the Economic Potential of the Ultra Poor (STEP UP) working group. This second webinar in the "Towards Resilient Livelihoods for Very Poor Households" series presented learnings from Nobo Jibon, …

Inclusive Market Development Framework: from Theory to Practice >

by on Jul 15, 2014  |  posted in Enterprise Development, Value Chain  |  2 Comments

Download presentation with speakers' notes here >> This webinar was hosted by SEEP's Market Facilitation Initiative (MaFI). We hope you enjoyed this webinar with Dr. Jeanne Downing, USAID's technical representative for the Leveraging Economic Opportunities (LEO) project, …

Building More Inclusive Markets by Integrating the Extremely Poor >

by on Jun 19, 2014  |  posted in Ultra Poor, Value Chain  |  0 Comments

This webinar constituted the first installment of the Towards Resilient Livelihoods for Very Poor Households webinar series. Integrating extremely poor producers into output markets is a project design and implementation challenge. This webinar explored the question, …

Why Recovery Programs in Somalia Need to be More Market-Based >

by on Dec 18, 2013  |  posted in Enterprise Development, Value Chain  |  0 Comments

As I write this blog from Somaliland, I’m thinking back to SEEP’s Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS) training. It makes me wonder, are we really doing enough to live up to these standards in the …

Challenges and innovations in value chain and household finance >

by on Feb 23, 2012  |  posted in Enterprise Development, Value Chain  |  0 Comments

This blog post, which originally appeared on the Microlinks blog, was written by SEEP staff Sonali Chowdhary and Bethany Bengfort after attending the recent Microlinks After Hours Seminar, "Viewing Value Chain and Household Finance From a …

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