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Madagascar: (Agricultural) Market Access Centres

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Created on 07 October 2011
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The Rural Income Promotion Programme in Madagascar has the aim, through partnership poles between producers/transporters/processors and traders, of increasing the income and food security of the rural inhabitants of Toamasina Province, 87.9 per cent of whom are poor, and enhancing the ability of communities to take charge of their own development.

Different parts of the project are divided into 'poles of growth,' which revolve around that pole's Market Access Centre. The centre is where different stakeholders can now meet on equal terms.

(Watch all videos related to the Madagascar PPRR programme)

More info: PPRR Project
Produced by: Flooded Cellar Productions and IFAD
Year: 2011
Language: English and Malagasy



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