Based on a sound understanding of the economies of poor households, projects are designed with a multi-sectoral approach to increase access to productive resources, improved technology, enhance productivity, build strategic alliances and market access.
Women groups, Farmers and other enterprise groups are supported with microfinance, business skills and linkages to service providers and markets using a value chain and sustainable enterprise development models.
Innterventions focus on capacity building of farmers to engage in policy advocacy, providing Micro Credit and Enterprise Development support women groups engaged in basket weaving, sheabutter processing and petty trading using a value chain approach. Sustainable Livelihoods support through the provision of improved seed varieties, farming implements and agricultural training.

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