In Profit and Out of Poverty: The Business Case for Engaging with Poor Farmers in Bangladesh’s Dairy Sector

Evidence from the Bangladesh dairy sector demonstrates that strategically sourcing from and selling to low-income farmers helped businesses sustain reliable supply chains, enhance market opportunity, and ultimately increase profits.

  • Countries: Bangladesh
  • Published: August 2012

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