Value chains in agriculture

October 17, 2012 at 5:06 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Good technologies, enabling policies: scaling out new technologies to increase water efficiency

Value chain analysis is a key element in many ICARDA-led projects. Three new studies will begin in the next few months. A project in Iran, co-funded by the Iranian government, will examine value chains and policy options to improve farm profitability in the Karkheh river basin. A project in Iraq, co-funded by ACIAR, will explore ways to increase market opportunities for dairy sheep producers. Studies in Ethiopia, in partnership with ILRI, will examine value chains for sheep and goats, focusing on meat and dairy products.

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