This report assesses progress of the MADE programme between March 2018 and February 2019 – the first year of a two-year extension period – and looks at lessons learned.
This success story describes how MADE has helped Asana Iddi Cherigudoo, a maize farmer in Northern Ghana, to access inputs and services to increase her productivity and yields.
Following an assessment of MADE’s partner agribusinesses and support enterprises, this brief highlights different paths to successfully delivering the Farm Enterprise Advisor model.
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 brief provides an overview of how MADE is driving pioneering changes in the way in which small rural agribusinesses engage with smallholder farmers.
This report examines the extent to which conservation farming has been promoted and adopted in Northern Ghana, and reviews and quantifies its potential impact.
This brief 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.