Impacts of Small Scale Farmers Union on Rural Livelihoods in Egypt and Morocco

Published on 11 August 2011

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Timeline

Start Date: 1 July 2009 | End Date: 31 July 2011

Overview

The Project aims at improving livelihoods and market access of
small-scale farmers in the marginal and remote regions of Egypt and
Morocco (hereinafter referred to as the “Beneficiary Countries”). The
Project will analyze the impact of small scale famer unions on market
access and rural livelihoods, in order to develop policy recommendations
and guidelines for enhancing the capacity and effectiveness of small scale
farmers unions.

One Response to “Impacts of Small Scale Farmers Union on Rural Livelihoods in Egypt and Morocco”

  1. Helena Huguley says:

    My company does work in Morocco and we are looking for case studies on market access for small scale farmers in Morocco, if you could send us any reports it would be much appreciated.

    Best,
    Helena Huguley
    Global Environment and Technology Foundation
    helena.huguley@getf.org

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