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Participatory Market Chain Approach (PMCA). User Guide

Participatory Market Chain Approach (PMCA). User Guide

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This manual describes the Participatory Market Chain Approach (PMCA), a new R&D method designed to stimulate innovation along market chains by enhancing stakeholder collaboration and trust. This method grew out of a joint effort made by different R&D organizations and projects (see list on the inside of the back cover), with the aim of finding new ways of intervening in market chains and improving poor farmers’ livelihoods. The Papa Andina Initiative of the International Potato Center (CIP) coordinated and guided this work; the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Center for International Agriculture (ZIL) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID) provided the necessary financial support [Graham Thiele; Thomas Bernet; Thomas Zschocke, 2006. Centro Internacional de la Papa, CIP].
This manual describes the Participatory Market Chain Approach (PMCA), a new R&D method designed to stimulate innovation along market chains by enhancing stakeholder collaboration and trust. This method grew out of a joint effort made by different R&D organizations and projects (see list on the inside of the back cover), with the aim of finding new ways of intervening in market chains and improving poor farmers’ livelihoods. The Papa Andina Initiative of the International Potato Center (CIP) coordinated and guided this work; the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Center for International Agriculture (ZIL) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID) provided the necessary financial support [Graham Thiele; Thomas Bernet; Thomas Zschocke, 2006. Centro Internacional de la Papa, CIP].

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Participatory MarketChain Approach (PMCA)
User Guide
Edited by
 
Thomas Bernet, Graham Thieleand Thomas Zschocke
 
Participatory MarketChain Approach (PMCA)
User Guide
Edited by
 
Thomas Bernet, Graham Thieleand Thomas Zschocke
 
This manual describes the Participatory Market Chain Approach (PMCA), a new R&D method designed to stimulateinnovation along market chains by enhancing stakeholder collaboration and trust. This method grew out o a joint eort made by dierent R&D organizations and projects (see list on the inside o the back cover), with theaim o fnding new ways o intervening in market chains and improving poor armers’ livelihoods. The PapaAndina Initiative o the International Potato Center (CIP) coordinated and guided this work; the Swiss Agency orDevelopment and Cooperation (SDC), the Center or International Agriculture (ZIL) and the UK Department orInternational Development (DFID) provided the necessary fnancial support.Correct reerence or this document:Bernet T., Thiele G. and Zschocke T., 2006. Participatory Market Chain Approach (PMCA) – User Guide.International Potato Center (CIP) – Papa Andina, Lima, Peru.Copyright © 2006 International Potato CenterISBN: 92-9060-265-1Technical editing: María Elena Alva and Jim WealeLayout and design: Alredo Puccini and Thomas ZschockePress run: 500June 2006This publication is an output rom a research project unded by the DFID Crop Post-Harvest Research Programme(CPHP) “Promotion and Development o the Participatory Market Chain Approach (PMCA) in Uganda” (R8418). Theviews expressed in this document are not necessarily those o DFID.CIP publications contribute important development inormation to the public arena. Readers are encouragedto quote or reproduce material rom them in their own publications. As copyright holder, CIP requestsacknowledgement and a copy o the publication where the citation or material appears. Please send a copy to theCommunication and Public Awareness Department at the address below.International Potato CenterApartado 1558, Lima 12, Perucip@cgiar.org • www.cipotato.org

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