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[ Article ] Demand Driven Smallholder Market Participation through WFP Purchase for Progress Capacity Building: Evidence from Mali

Date de soumission: 29-12-2017
Année de Publication: 2017
Entité/Laboratoire Faculté des Sciences Economiques et de Gestion
Document type : Article
Discipline(s) : Domaines Particuliers de l'Economie ( santé, travail, transport, ...)
Titre Demand Driven Smallholder Market Participation through WFP Purchase for Progress Capacity Building: Evidence from Mali
Auteurs DEDEHOUANOU SENAKPON FIDÈLE ANGE [1],
Journal: In "Linking smallholder farmers to markets:impact of the purchase for progress pilot programme", ed. by W. Akpalu, I. Matshe, and L.W. Senbet, Nairobi: University of Nairobi Press
Catégorie Journal: Internationale
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Resume This chapter analyses the effectiveness of the World Food Programme (WFP) purchase for progress (P4P) capacity building interventions to increase market participation. The chapter uses the framework of the potential outcome to estimate the treatment effects of using agricultural support services on the percentage of commodities sold and in different marketing channels. It also uses the Propensity Score-Difference-in- Difference estimator to estimate the cumulative effect of the P4P capacity building interventions. Results indicate that using agricultural support services is effective in increasing market participation through farmer organizations, suggesting that the P4P-supporting capacity building interventions have the potential to increase the capacity of farmers to aggregate commodities. Agricultural support services also increase the percentage of commodities sold by farmers at the farm gate, highlighting the role of the reduction of transaction costs played by the interventions. Results also indicate that experience in using agricultural support services, throughout the P4P programme, has a positive impact on market participation revealing the accumulative effect of the capacity building interventions. Market participation increases much more when post-harvest and marketing services are used in addition to productivity enhancing services.
Mots clés Agricultural support services, Market participation, P4P Programme, Treatment effect, Mali
Pages 117 - 165
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