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Leveraging Institutional Food Procurement for Linking Small Farmers to Markets: Findings from Wfp's Purchase for Progress Initiative and Brazil's Food Procurement Programmes

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This book reviews initiatives that link demand for food from institutions such as schools and hospitals to broader development objectives, drawing lessons from successful approaches in Brazil and elsewhere. In developing countries, institutional food procurement programmes (IFPPs) are increasingly viewed as means to integrate small farmers into formal food systems.The ...more
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Published December 6th 2017 by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO)
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