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A global perspective on agribusiness
and agricultural development
1 May 2019

TRADE AND MARKETING

Fairtrade: a sweet deal for women farmers?

Companies worldwide are adopting Fairtrade, or similar models, to deliver higher standards and incomes for producers. But are women farmers benefiting?

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FINANCE

Reducing risk in agricultural supply chains

As agri-tech innovators focus on protecting and tracking commodities, their services are helping to reduce risk associated with lending to farmers. 

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Health-conscious consumption

Caribbean agri-processing companies are making the most of indigenous fruits and plants to access a home-grown market for food, beverage and cosmetic products. 

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OPINION

What issues need to be addressed to enable ACP agriculture to take advantage of the wealth of clean energy resources?



Enabling clean energy-driven sustainable agriculture in Africa
Alice Akinyi Kaudia, Ecoentrepreneurs Limited


Prioritising renewable energy in Caribbean agriculture
Jonelle René Jones, NRM Solutions

Getting the basics right for developing and marketing off-grid renewables for agriculture
Helen Davies and Toby Hammond, Futurepump


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SPORE N° 192 | March - May 2019

Digitalising Agriculture:
Bridging the Gender Gap


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