TechnoServe’s Work Highlighted by International Food Policy Research Institute

March 28, 2012

What are value chains, and how can they improve poor people’s incomes? Insights, the magazine of the International Food Policy Research Institute, tackles these questions in a recent feature story – and they highlight TechnoServe’s work with vegetable farmers in Nicaragua to show how smallholders can connect to better markets and earn more value from their products.

What are value chains, and how can they improve poor people’s incomes? Insights, the magazine of the International Food Policy Research Institute, tackles these questions in a recent feature story – and they highlight TechnoServe’s work with vegetable farmers in Nicaragua to show how smallholders can connect to better markets and earn more value from their products.

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