Record nummer 2251272
Titel From aid to sustainable trade: driving competitive horticulture sector development : a quick scan of the horticulture sector
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Moses Sila Matui, Yeray Saavedra Gonzalez, Joyce Gema, Irene Koomen
Auteur(s) Sila Matui, Moses ; Saavedra Gonzalez, Yeray ; Gema, Joyce ; Koomen, Irene
Uitgever Wageningen : Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation
Jaar van uitgave 2016
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Titel van reeks Wageningen Centre for Development report (3RKenya-16-03/CDI-16-045)
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Publicatie type Boek
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Toelichting (Engels) This report provides an overview of how the Kenyan horticulture sector performs in three analytical domains: the robustness of the supply chains, the reliability of institutional governance and the resilience of the innovation system. Analysis is by literature review, stakeholder interviews and a validation workshop guided by a SWOT framework to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The findings inform the existing opportunities and challenges that potentially impede growth in the sector. The report is a first step towards documenting and sharing insights that support the move towards a more Robust, Reliable and Resilient (3R) horticulture sector. The findings and recommendations presented will guide policy engagement and action in the transition of Dutch government bilateral engagement in Kenya from development aid–support to a trade approach in the agricultural sector, with a focus on partnering opportunities to drive competitive market-oriented horticulture sector development that attracts investments.
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