This business case assesses the commercial viability of the farm enterprise advisory (FEA) services.
This report assesses the extent to which women are both important clients and valuable employees for agribusiness in Northern Ghana, and presents recommendations.
This case study shows how MADE is encouraging partners to be more gender inclusive and how, beyond social considerations, gender inclusion makes business sense.
This brochure provides an overview of MADE’s work and outcomes from 2014 to 2016.
This report analyses the market potential of onion production in Northern Ghana, examining constraints on production and how these might be overcome.
This brief provides an overview of how MADE is driving pioneering changes in the way in which small rural agribusinesses engage with smallholder farmers.
This case study shows how women are more efficient in rice production than men when given access to improved inputs and resources, and how access to these resources can be improved for women.
This infographic presents information on how MADE can best reach out to smallholder farmers through radio programmes.
This success story documents how the MADE partner and input provider Allah is Able Agrochemicals Limited enabled the smallholder Salisu Kadri to find the right formula to succeed in farming.
Smallholder farmers can serve large processors: a case study on how an M4P programme can bridge the missing middle
This case study shows how MADE addressed a market dysfunction in West Africa by facilitating a rice mill in sourcing paddy from local producers.
This brochure highlights the achievements of women farmers in Ghana, outlines gender constraints and provides a snapshot of how MADE’s work has helped these women perform better.
This success story describes how MADE has enabled women farmers in Biu, Upper East Region to increase their cultivation, earn income and reduce contamination from aflatoxin.