This assessment report provides an evaluation of the long-term commercial viability of farm enterprise advisors (FEAs) and business development advisors (BDAs).
This business case assesses the commercial viability of the farm enterprise advisory (FEA) services.
This assessment report compiles evidence on the extent to which women are both important clients and valuable employees for agribusinesses, and presents key findings and recommendations.
This report assesses the extent to which women are both important clients and valuable employees for agribusiness in Northern Ghana, and presents recommendations.
This report analyses the market potential of groundnut production in Northern Ghana, examining constraints on production and how these might be overcome.
Guidelines to prevent the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19): Guidelines for agribusiness owners
These guidelines adapted for agribusiness owners employ a user-friendly format to explain what COVID-19 is, what the risks of catching the disease are, how one can assess potential symptoms, and what one should do if these symptoms are detected.
These guidelines employ a user-friendly format to explain what COVID-19 is, what the risks of catching the disease are, how one can assess potential symptoms, and what one should do if these symptoms are detected.
This success story documents how Hawawu Imoro, a Farm Enterprise Advisor working for the MADE partner Antika Limited, has helped female smallholders solve problems and increase yields.
This PowerPoint presentation describes for the benefit of MADE’s graduate interns how to use its guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
This report assesses the progress of Phase 2 of the MADE programme from March 2018 to February 2020. It covers the steps taken, key achievements, lessons learned, and outlines plans for the implementation of Phase 3.