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Women's Access to Markets

Women's Access to Markets

Supporting women's collectives and other producer groups to understand and access markets, create demand for their products and establish a gender sensitive value chain.

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AtM 7. Developing a collective action plan

This stage involves:1. Action planning Access to market is an action learning experience; the only way to truly understand all ...

WAtM 1 - Identification of local production pot...

This stage involves:1. Analysis of what is (or could be) produced in the areaIt's important to have a solid understanding of th...

WAtM 2 - Reflections on the market

This stage involves:1. Reflecting on producers' experience of market engagementIt's important to understand what buyers are loo...

WAtM 3 - Building relationships with markets

This stage involves:1. Understanding value propositionsValue propositions are a description of what motivates buyers or end con...

WAtM 4 - Developing a gender sensitive value chain

This stage involves:1. Mapping the value chain from a feminist perspectiveMapping the value chain involves thinking through all...

WAtM 5 - Gaps and risks in the value chain

1. Income and expenditure analysis At this stage, an income and expenditure analysis is used to test the feasibility and likel...

WAtM 6 - Building sustainable wealth

This stage involves:1. Wealth assessmentThe purpose of the wealth assessment is to identify the different forms of wealth that ...

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