Sustainably improving access to quality seeds for small producers in markets in crisis (case study)

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ELAN RDC (UKAID) case study sharing experience of applying the MSD approach in the difficult environment of South Kivu (DRC).

24 Sep 2020, 3:18 p.m.

William Omole

Dear Diane,
Do we have the same report in English?
I would love to get a copy if possible

Regards,

William Omole

Cash & Food Assistance Manager

Disaster Management Unit

World Vision Kenya

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24 Sep 2020, 2:25 p.m.

Diane Bommart

How to sustainably improve access to quality seeds for small producers in areas plagued by crises?



You will find some answers in the attached case study where ELAN RDC (UKAID) shares it experience of applying the MSD approach in the difficult environment of South Kivu (DRC). This case study focuses on our work with Ets. Munga, a rice seed supplier in the Uvira territory (French Only).



Enjoy the read!



All the best,



Diane Bommart

Markets in Crisis Lead

ELAN RDC (UKAID)

Mail: Diane.Bommart@elanrdc.com