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Networking for Better Value Chain Inclusion: Reflections on Oxfam’s work in the raspberry value chain in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Networking for Better Value Chain Inclusion: Reflections on Oxfam’s work in the raspberry value chain in Bosnia and Herzegovina
11 pages

Authors
Begovic, Fedja
Baldini, Stefano

Publication date
27 Oct 2016

ISBN
978-0-85598-802-9

Publisher
Oxfam

Series
MECIS case studies

Type
Case study

Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the world’s largest producers of raspberries. Oxfam has implemented pilot and follow-on projects that demonstrate the benefits of including poor smallholder farmers in raspberry production. This case study explains Oxfam’s networking approach in a multi-stakeholder environment within the raspberry value chain, and discusses how the project benefited poor farmers, enhanced the entire value chain, and influenced the government, municipal and private sector actors to adopt an approach that favours the poorest people.

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