AVCCR is a research-for-development program in the Punjab and Sindh provinces of Pakistan, that focuses on enhancing selected agricultural value chains for the ultimate benefit of the rural poor, particularly women. The program was launched in December 2015 and is scheduled to run to September 2020.
Monica van Wensveen, Dahlanuddin, Jeff Corfield, Clemens Grunbuhel, Hasanuddin, Shaun Lisson, Cam McDonald, Achmad Muzani, Hermanysah, Bruce Pengelly, Ketut Puspadi, Yusuf Sutaryono, Liana Williams and Ahmad Zaenuri.
Amir Jilani, David Pearce and Andrew Alford
Allen D. McHugh.
Rao C.N. Rachaputi and Michael Hughes
Stephen Walkden-Brown and Chanda Nimbkar.
Greg Hamilton, Zahid Hussain, Ghani Akbar and Muhammad Irfan
Neal Menzies and K. Sammi Reddy
This report summarises the adoption results for seven Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research
(ACIAR) projects completed in 2009–10. The projects involved:
This book provides value chain practitioners with an easy-to-use set of tools for value-chain analysis, with a focus on poverty reduction. It aims to strengthen the links between value-chain analysis and development interventions that improve the opportunities available to the poor. Each of the tools has a clear focus on analysing the impact of the value chain from the point of view of the poor.
Making Markets Work Better for the Poor (M4P) project, UK Department for International Development (DFID)
ACIAR is committed to funding research into profitable agribusiness systems in eastern Indonesia. The methodologies outlined in this toolbook for practitioners of value-chain analysis were originally published in English by Agricultural Development International. They have been updated and translated into Indonesian, and will be used to analyse and identify agribusiness development opportunities and interventions that have the potential to improve livelihoods of the poor in Indonesia.
Peter Dawson, Putu Cakra Putra Adnyana, Dr Mieke Ameriana (dec.), Mr Akhmad Arifudin, Mr Muhammad Assad, Rofik Sinung Basuki, Budi, Ms Rachelle Crawford, Mr Rudolf de Boer, Ms Caroline Donald, Pepen Effendi, Dr Michael Furlong, Ms Fiona Goss, Dr Nikardi Gunadi, Gunawan, Ms Baiq Nurul Hidayah, Ir Dadan Hidyat, Mr Terry Hill, Mr Himawan, Ibu Siwi Indarti, Mr Eko Istiyanto, Jayadi Sp, Mr Kunto Kumoro, Mr Kus Kuswardiyanto, Ms Rachel Lancaster, Mr Stewart Learmonth, Mr Baso Aliem Lolugau, Dr John Marshall, Mr Paul Mattingley, Dr Ian McPharlin, Mr Mufrodin Sp, Lilik Mukhibah, Prof Mulyadi, Mulyanto Sp, Ms Rini Murtiningsih, Ibu Warda Mustafa, Dr Nasrullah, Ms Sri Wahyuning Ning, Nurjanami, Ms Mien Pakih, Rahadi Spd, Ir Juju Rukmana Mm, Bambang Rahayu, T.P, Dr Peter Ridland, Mr Hidayat Sayono, Mr Frans Silva, Dr Eri Sofiari, Mr Achmad Sudjudi, Ir Suhari, Sulistyo, Ms Helda Tahir, Mr Andrew Taylor, Mr Bruce Tomkins, Mr David Tooke, Mr B Triman, Mr Andrew Van Burgel, Dedi Wahid Sp, Ibu Warda, Ms Julie Warren, Wawan S, Purwono Yunianto and Mr Zamzaini
Final report for project AGB/2005/167, Optimising the productivity of the potato/brassica cropping system in Central and West Java and potato/brassica/allium system in South Sulawesi and West Nusa Tenggara