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SASHA Brief: Sweetpotato market chains that work for women and for the poor: A proof-of concept action research project in Rwanda

Rwanda is ranked among highest sweetpotato (SP) producers in SSA. In this brief outlines the Sweetpotato Action for security and health in Africa (SASHA) proposal for SP market chains that work for women and for the poor. Case study Rwanda.

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Authors: Mukwantwali Christine, Jan W. Low

Subject: Value chain approach

Publication Date: 2010

Publisher: International Potato Center

Contributors: Karen Ayabei

Format: pdf

Language: English

Rights: Open access

Keywords: Market chains, Rwanda, Value chain approach

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Low, J. and Mukwantwali, C. Sweetpotato market chains that work for women and for the poor. A proof of concept action research project in Rwanda. International Potato Center (CIP).

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