19 Feb 2016 12:02 pm
created by CIAT

This guide is the third in a series from CIAT designed to support agencies implementing a participatory approach to rural agroenterprise development.

19 Feb 2016 10:02 am
created by CIAT

The second in a four-part series from CIAT of good practice guides for value chain development.

18 Mar 2015 11:03 am
created by ILRI

This article puts forward a method for the analysis of constraints faced by developing countries’ smallholder producers. It is consistent with theories of constraints, efficient in terms of cost and researchers’ time, and accessible to a non-technical audience.

12 Dec 2014 01:12 pm
created by ILRI

This ILRI discussion paper reviews 20 value chain interventions and discusses the econometric techniques used to address the validity of findings.

24 Nov 2014 03:11 pm
created by IFPRI, ILRI

This toolkit details the proper questions to ask and best practices when designing surveys about intrahousehold asset allocation. It stresses the importance of gender for key development outcomes such as child nutrition and education.

08 Apr 2014 12:04 pm
created by IFPRI

Accurately assessing risk is key to providing appropriately priced loans to rural producers. This paper examines non-parametric techniques for risk scoring to avoid the erroneous rejection of credit-worthy loan applicants.

23 Mar 2014 06:03 pm
created by ICRAF

Facilitate the design and/or assessment of interventions for value chain development, taking into account the circumstances and needs of upstream-chain actors (namely, stallholder producing households and small and medium enterprises that have direct relations with smallholders).

23 Mar 2014 03:03 pm
created by ILRI

The purpose of this toolset is to identify and rank constraints faced by smallholder livestock keepers

14 Aug 2013 01:08 pm
created by ILRI

The purpose of this tool is the assessment of the small ruminants value chain in Ethiopia, African strategy for disease control

12 Aug 2013 10:08 am
created by IFPRI

The objective of this tool is quantitatively estimate time women and men spend on diverse activities during the day, especially focusing on task performed at work. Measuring labor burden by gender could give interesting insights on how to improve the gender balance and opportunities.