The firm would be expected to identify a long-list of 20 examples of linkage programs implemented in low and middle income countries, and analyze and present 6-8 case studies, clearly outlining the context for the program, the outcomes and impacts of these programs, the cost of their implementation, the implementation model, and the most critical lessons.
infoDev is seeking to hire an Agribusiness Specialist to form an integral part of its Agribusiness Entrepreneurship team.
Application Deadline: April 3, 2015
The Director of the Agribusiness Innovation Center (AIC) will lead the establishment of Tanzania’s first private service provider targeting the growth of local pioneering agro—processing enterprises.
infoDev's agribusiness innovation project presents lessons learned from 10 case studies of agribusiness incubators in low and middle income countries, including Brazil, Chile, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Mozambique, Timbali, Uganda, India, and Indonesia. These case studies highlight best practices and lessons learned from across the globe for developing and sustaining agribusiness incubators.
- Promoting Agribusiness Innovation in Nepal (PDF: 3,522KB)
- The Agribusiness Innovation Center of Mozambique (PDF: 24,772KB)
- Brazil Case study (PDF: 1,795KB)
- Chile Case study (PDF: 867KB)
- India Case study (PDF: 667KB)
- Malaysia Case study (PDF: 689KB)
- Mexico Case study (PDF: 648KB)
- Mozambique Case study (PDF: 690KB)
- Timbali Case study (PDF: 636KB)
- Uganda Case study (PDF: 690KB)
- India Case study (PDF: 806KB)
- Indonesia Case study (PDF: 648KB)
- Agribusiness Incubation Training Outcome Assessment (PDF: 7,246KB)
infoDev publishes a new report that analyzes the effects of the delivery of its Agribusiness Incubation training module to a total of 149 people from 25 countries in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America. The delivery of the training has proven successful in conveying the fundamentals of agribusiness innovation, as well as exposing trainees to the variety of business models that exist and can be explored. Participants emphasized the acquired knowledge on value chains and how this understanding transformed their activities inside their organizations.