During the main cocoa harvesting season, the Sustainable Smallholder Agri-Business Programme works with their financial partner institutions in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire
To improve the access and use of financial services for farmers and agricultural based rural enterprises, BMZ has allocated resources as part of its special initiative One world No Hunger (SEWOH)
Ghana, Brazil and Germany to cooperate in fostering research capacities in the Ghanaian cashew sector as well as to develop cashew apple processing capacities and a market for cashew by-products
This talk examined the dynamics of enabling framework conditions for farmer based organisations, looking at key drivers for the development of their institutional structures
Access to demand-driven financial services is key for the agribusiness sector. This study looked at how far GIZ programmes and other stakeholders provide what is needed
The Farmer Business School (FBS) is a successful tool for farmers in Togo/West Africa who work on a micro-level. It aims to gain more money by running an own business in order to reduce poverty and to increase quality of life.
Anna Thinius and Jackson Muchoki on the drive and vision of the two subgroups on inclusive business models and private-public dialogue platforms. Recorded at the 2017 SNRD Africa conference in Pretoria.
Florian Winckler elaborates on the what it means for his work to participate in the SNRD gathering in Pretoria
Neil Fourati and Waqas Malik on the decisions taken by Subgroup 2 on Access to Finance and Food Processing and the next steps ahead. Recorded at the 2017 SNRD Africa conference in Pretoria.