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.

Latest Publications

Strengthening urban livelihoods, Zambia

  • Co-authors: Darren Hedley and David Sanderson
  • Published: August 2000