High-performing food systems provide healthy and nutritious diets. They create dignified livelihoods for producers and benefit the economy.
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This report from the Drivers of Food Choice program highlights the importance of consumer demand when it comes
Given the expansion of Tilapia farming in Ghana, this paper analyses inclusive business models along the fish seed value chain.
Nutrition programmes within commodity value chains provide a unique opportunity to improve health outcomes for workers, farmers, their households,
Nutrition programmes within commodity value chains provide a unique opportunity to improve health outcomes for workers, farmers,
This case study summarises the findings of research undertaken by GAIN and NewForesight to explore what motivated Touton, a major cocoa trader, to
This paper by IDH – Sustainable Trade Initiative gives extensive evidence on how to deliver models that provide service delivery to smallholder far
Cocoa may not be the most nutritious of agricultural products, but it has huge environmental and economic importance.
Restricted access paper looking at the role for public private partnerships in making agriculture value chains work for smallholder farmers, based
This study of agricultural PPPs in Ghana, Malawi, and Kenya calls for governments, donors, and companies to ensure greater participation from small
Looking outside of the nutrition sector towards the climate change agenda brings a fresh perspective to the issue of incentivising responsible priv
This 21-page briefing by Society Works summarizes information on 152 social entrepreneurs working on food production, manufacturing, distribution,
Covers a checklist for formal public private partnerships spanning: rationale, design, implementation, sustainability, and the roles for brokers at
This is a detailed overview of why people did not take up fortified complementary foods in Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire, India, Bangladesh, and Vietnam.
This snapshot reports sets out the work of GAIN’s partners to employ food fortification as one way to improve