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To bridge the lending gaps between agricultural entrepreneurs and financiers, AGRA in partnership...

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Agriculture is an important source of employment in Latin America and the Caribbean....

Report: In our new report with ISF Advisors, we define the landscape of agricultural Platforms, their risk and impact potential, and the path forward for supporting their growth.
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In March 2020 we set out to assess how the COVID-19 pandemic would...

Report: This learning brief examines actual impacts of COVID-19 rural households in Kenya using real stories and data from the field. The data was collected during the first five months of the crisis, from mid-March to mid-August 2020.
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Report: This brief looks at how the COVID-19 crisis will impact rural, informal micro-enterprises that are at the heart of community financial liquidity; often finance household expenses, such as school fees and healthcare costs; and are disproportionately run by women.
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500 million households globally depend on agriculture for their livelihoods. Increasingly affected by...

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Root Capital recently conducted four deep-dive evaluations with client agricultural businesses in the...

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Report: This new Briefing Note from ISF Advisors builds on previous analysis of the natural stages of agricultural finance, and interrogates more deeply the transition that countries make from government-led to more bank-led agricultural finance.
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Smallholder farmers are uniquely vulnerable to a wide range of disruptive shocks, from...

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Report: This brief looks at how the COVID-19 crisis will impact small and medium agricultural enterprises (agri-SMEs) in emerging markets that, in many value chains, are squeezed between a drastic decline in consumer demand and difficult operating conditions along the supply chain.
Report: This brief looks at how the COVID-19 crisis will impact commercializing farmers who are at the heart of many countries’ food supply chains, and who depend on vulnerable ecosystems to survive.