Africa / ASSP / CRP12 / East Africa / Ethiopia / ILRI / Legumes / Markets

Promoting collective marketing in Ethiopia to ensure smallholder farmer access to domestic and international grain markets

Legume-dependent farmers in Ethiopia suffer from low productivity and poor value chain development. Gaining access to domestic and international grain markets would offer farmers an opportunity to increase knowledge and skills and grow their profit margins, helping poverty reduction through the implementation marketing strategies.

Download the poster: Amanu, T., Wolde-meskel, E. and Abdulkadir, B. 2016. Promoting collective marketing to ensure smallholder farmer access to domestic and international grain market. Poster. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: ILRI.

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