Paddy, fish and vegetable marketing systems in northwest Bangladesh: Current situation and opportunities for intervention

Agronomic practices are being disseminated without their marketing implications being explicitly taken into account and farmers are receiving little or no advice and support regarding post-harvest activities. The lack of attention paid to marketing issues is problematic, both from a sustainable livelihoods and from a project sustainability perspective. This study seeks to identify a range of feasible intervention options to improve the returns from marketing by Go-Interfish project participants. In addition, it aims to provide information and analysis to inform future marketing-related research and activities by Go-Interfish and CARE.

  • Countries: Bangladesh
  • Co-authors: Tiago Sequeira Wandschneider Natural Resources Institute
  • Published: August 2001

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