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SCOPEinsight Sep 19
Q1. How do you define inclusive agribusiness? What does your project do?
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SCOPEinsight Sep 19
Q5. To make agribusiness truly inclusive, we must make an extra effort to ensure the active involvement of women & youth in agribusiness. How do you do this?
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Cecile Umuhoza Sep 19
A3. Working with big buyers to provide performance-based incentives to farmer promoters and youth to work as village agents to collect and aggregate produce from small holder farmers provides a ready market and acts as good great incentive for smallholder
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đź’§Bruce Robertson 10h
This Roundup litigation is getting serious Question are being raised if Bayer will survive
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BJ Hayes Sep 17
My wife has a pretty good off farm career. Sometimes I have to dress up and play trophy husband. You can laugh but it helps pay for my farming habit.
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Cecile Umuhoza Sep 19
A9 The business case behind inclusiveness is achieving efficiency and profitability in the firm’s supply chain. Once a company uses local suppliers and target the BOP as clients, there are gains in terms of certaininty of regular/undisrupted supply of raw materials.
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Blog for Agriculture Sep 21
Quack Parents Who Let Their Son Ezekiel Stephan Die Found Not Guilty | via @debunkdenial
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Cecile Umuhoza Sep 19
A7 has introduced the concept of agribusiness clusters as platform for business linkages, governance and technology transfer through which value chain actors/ supporting businesses meet to plan and monitor intervention/ investments that make their chains .
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USAID Hinga Weze Rwanda Sep 19
Replying to @SCOPEinsight
Hinga Weze also supports smallholder farmers to improve production, and increase income by linking farmers to competitive markets.
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Jennifer MUJUNI Sep 19
developed an inclusive strategy for people with disabilities (PWDs) to benefit equally, be involved and included fully within project activities to improve their livelihoods and incomes
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Blog for Agriculture 5h
Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins | via Dairy Good Life
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Paul Goeringer 11h
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SCOPEinsight Sep 19
Q4. How do you measure the level of inclusiveness of an agribusiness? What indicators do you use for measuring?
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Cecile Umuhoza Sep 19
A6 Hinga Weze has adopted the Village Agent Business Model where farmer promoters provide extension services to farmers and aggregate their harvest at the end of the season. Then, @KumwSolutions collects the maize from farmer promoters.
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Blog for Agriculture Sep 20
Tangled Mess | via 4R Ranch
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Blog for Agriculture 14h
TB205 - The Oxitec GE Mosquito Situation | via Illumination 2.0
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Blog for Agriculture Sep 21
It begins… | via Carnahan & Sons, Inc.
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SCOPEinsight Sep 19
Q9. What is the business case behind inclusiveness? Why should multinationals, governments and NGO’s invest in inclusive agribusinesses?
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Blog for Agriculture Sep 21
Major League Farming | via @VetPracticeVAHS
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Blog for Agriculture Sep 20
HerdTrax Review | via Whiskey Creek Ranch
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