Mainstreaming Small Ruminant Value Chain Finance in Nepal and India Stakeholders
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The integrated report consists of the two Phases of the activity, namely: Phase I – Nepal Small Ruminant Assessment including financial capacities of stakeholders and best practices to be replicated in strengthening the capacity on improving the access by clientele and Phase II – Exposure Study Visit of Nepal stakeholders to India to understand the dynamics of small ruminant value chain system necessary to encourage massive participation and empowerment of key players and stakeholders of Nepal’s small ruminant production, processing and marketing activities.
Furthermore, the report provides description the processes, lessons learned, issues and concerns encountered by individuals and development institutions required for acceptability, utility, applicability and adaptability of small ruminant value chain financing. Also, this will serve as learning material for those individuals willing to finance small ruminant producers, traders and entrepreneurs particularly in rural villages and marginalized areas.
|Document Type||Case Study|
|Author||Prasun Kumar Das and Marlowe U. Aquino|
|Year of Publication||2013|
Asia-Pacific Rural and Agricultural Credit Association (APRACA)
|Number of Pages||61 pp.|
|Region / Country||Global, Asia / Nepal, India|
|Primary Language||English (en)|
|Keywords||Value Chain Finance, Access To Finance, value chain|