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Multistakeholder platforms for linking small farmers to value chains: evidence from the Andes

This eighth chapter of the book, that covers the Multistakeholder platforms for linking small farmers to value chains, begins with a literature review and theoretic framework before comparing three platforms; Andino Boliviana (ANDIBOL) in Bolivia; Cadenas Agrícolas Productivas de Calidad (CAPAC) in Peru; and the Chimborazo platform in Ecuador. The chapter also covers some of the outstanding questions and issues, like the limited underlying conceptual base and methodology. 

Authors: Graham Thiele, André Devaux, Iván Reinoso, Hernán Pico, Fabián Montesdeoca, Manuel Pumisacho, Jorge Andrade-Piedra, Claudio Velasco, Paola Flores, Raúl Esprella, Alice Thomann, Kurt Manrique Klinge, Doug Horton, Graham Thiele, André Devaux, Iván Reinoso, Hernán Pico, Fabián Montesdeoca, Manuel Pumisacho, Jorge Andrade-Piedra, Claudio Velasco, Paola Flores, Raúl Esprella, Alice Thomann, Kurt Manrique Klinge, Doug Horton

Subjects: linking small farmers to value chains

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Publisher: International Food Policy Research Institute

Publication Date: 2016

Identifier: ISBN: 9780896292130

Keywords: Multistakeholder platforms, small farmers, value chains

HOW TO CITE

Devaux, André, Maximo Torero, Jason Donovan, and Douglas E. Horton, eds. Innovation for inclusive value-chain development: Successes and challenges. Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2016.