Establishing Sustainable Market Access for Subsistence Farmers in Bolivia. Field Report No. 7

Between 2002 and 2008, under the multi-million dollar, USAID-funded Title II Food Security project, Save the Children worked to reduce chronic malnutrition in Bolivia, one of the most malnourished nations in the world. Save the Children managed and implemented three integrated components—Health, Income Generation, and Natural Resource Management—to tackle the root causes of food insecurity. “The Sustained Market Access for Subsistence Farmers through Value Chain Facilitation” was a pilot activity designed to scale down Save the Children’s large food security program to a smaller more market-focused project driven by value chain methodology.
This FIELD Report, number 7 in the exploratory series, discusses the primary objectives and key lessons learned by the Save the Children team in adapting its operations to more effectively affect sustainable impacts for low-income and food insecure households in Bolivia.

Published 2013-02-14

Document Information

Publication year
2010
Format
pdf, 27p.
Creative Commons License
None
Region
Latin America
Country
Bolivia
Content Type
Reports

Document Information

Publication year
2010
Format
pdf, 27p.
Creative Commons License
None
Region
Latin America
Country
Bolivia
Content Type
Reports