Presentation on theme: "Value Chain Development for Conflict-Affected Environments October, 2007."— Presentation transcript:
Value Chain Development for Conflict-Affected Environments October, 2007
VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: Bringing Small Enterprise into Competitive Industries in the Global Economy VISION: A world in which people are empowered to succeed in the global economy.
VALUE CHAIN FRAMEWORK Global Enabling Environment National Enabling Environment Financial (cross cutting) Input Suppliers Sector specific providers Cross-cutting providers Producers Wholesalers Exporters National Retailers Processors Global Retailers Power Learning Benefits
PROJECT RATIONALE How does conflict impact economic recovery? How does economic recovery impact conflict? How can the approach be adapted/expanded? How can tools be adapted? How can we accelerate the transition from relief to development?
METHODOLOGY Literature review 11 case studies Adapted framework Synthesis report with recommendations Seminar
CASE STUDIES Afghanistan Chemonics Poultry, grapes/raisins Kosovo Chemonics Dairy Haiti CHF Construction Nepal IDE High-value horticulture Colombia International Alert Coffee Guinea IRC Groundnuts Sri Lanka International Alert Fisheries N. Uganda IRC Cotton Sudan MEDIC Shea butter Serbia Mercy Corps Meat, dairy Rwanda OTF Tourism
SELECTION OF EMERGING LESSONS LEARNED Essential to understand both economic and conflict dynamics Strategies needed to re-establish linkages and rebuild trust Domestic private sector should be engaged in advocacy from the outset Market intermediaries are often critical actors Value chain clusters may spread risk
TOOLS FOR DEVELOPMENT Combined conflict and economic analysis tool Sector selection tool Resiliency assessment tool Adapted monitoring tools