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Tool Kits | August 10, 2018

Market Support Interventions in Humanitarian Contexts

A Tip Sheet

This tip sheet defines what market support programming in humanitarian contexts is and what it can look like in practice. Its goal is to enable humanitarian practitioners to consider market support interventions from the outset by highlighting the potential benefits of market support programming alongside or independently of other activities. The tip sheet is intended for technical specialists across sectors, project/program managers, donors, business development specialists, and proposal writers. 

1 Setting the scene 
1.1 Why do markets matter in crisis settings? 
1.2 What are market support interventions? 
1.3 When should market support interventions be considered? 
2 Situation analysis tips 
3 Response analysis tips 
4 Intervention design tips 
4.1 Establish the project logic 
4.2 Identify market support activities 
4.3 Identify the modality to deliver your market support intervention 
4.4 Target market stakeholders to be supported 
5 Implementation tips 
6 Monitoring tips 
Acronyms and key terms 
List of acronyms 
Key terms