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Manuals | February 4, 2020

Value Chain Toolkit

HARNESSING THE POWER OF MARKETS TO DRIVE CHANGE

The Value chain tool kit provides methods to support male (♂) and female (♀) farmers in the “Build to Grow to Prosper” phases of the CRS Pathway to Prosperity (Figure 1). Through this work CRS is striving to achieve industry leadership in value chain service delivery and influence that is gender-sensitive. Value chain programming is now synonymous with agricultural development and CRS aims to adopt this approach across our project portfolio. 

By Jefferson Shriver, Shaun Ferris and Dan Barthmaier