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Smallholder Working Group

Commercializing smallholder production is of critical importance in securing a sustainable future of African agriculture. The Smallholder Working Group (SWG) is co-chaired by Grow Africa and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa to help to develop innovative smallholder business solutions with farmers, companies, governments, and expert organisations  to transition smallholders from subsistence to commercially sustainable production.

Finance Working Group

Access to finance at affordable rates is a systemic constraint facing smallholders and agricultural SMEs across the continent. Resolving it demands unprecedented collaboration between partners. In response, Grow Africa has convened a Working Group on Finance, comprised of leading experts from across banks, agri-businesses, NGOs and international bodies.

Country Agribusiness Partnerships Framework (CAP-F) concept note

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The Country Agribusiness Partnerships Framework (CAP-F) outlined in this document aims to supplement the country CAADP investment plans by stimulating private investments. As one of the CAADP instruments, the CAP-F will (i) identify and set enabling policy reforms in motion through multi-stakeholder engagements and institutional support systems, and (ii) establish collaborations that will allow the sharing of resources and capabilities for improving the efficiency of priority agribusiness value chains.

BRIEFING PAPER ON THE ROLE OF COMPANIES IN SUPPORTING INCOME RESILIENCE FOR SMALLHOLDERS

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Traditionally, off-takers who provide investment to farmers in exchange for a share of their harvest, have focused on improving the productivity of smallholders in relation to their primary cash crop. This investment in a supply chain is seen as helping agribusinesses to source the raw materials they need to boost their own sales or processing capacity. However, this has not always guaranteed them the quantity they need.

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