This brief looks at the impacts of business-to-business and business-to-farmer relationships on smallholder farmers in Northern Ghana.
This success story documents how the smallholder farmer Aghanalie Aghana has benefited from a commercial partnership brokered by MADE between a crop aggregator and an agro-input supplier.
This success story documents how the smallholder farmer Alabani Ibrahim has benefited from the tillage advice of Batbak Services – a MADE partner that provides training in good agricultural practice as well as farm inputs.
This success story documents how the input provider Allah is Able Agrochemicals Limited used MADE’s Farm Enterprise Advisor model to expand the services it provides to smallholder farmers like Amina Wajah.
This assessment report evaluates the enactment of MADE’s commercial partnerships, as well as the benefits accrued, and the constraints, risks and opportunities they face.
This report reviews the MADE graduate internship, describing how it was set up, managed and monitored, as well as key outcomes and recommendations for the future.
This study analyses the groundnut market to develop a feasibility framework for the introduction of branded and traceable aflatoxin-free groundnuts from suppliers in Northern Ghana.
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.