Abstract:"The development and implementation of an efficient institutional food procurement programme (IFPP)—which aims to link smallholder producers to institutional markets and promote development of food supply systems—is not a simple or straightforward task. It requires a series of conditions that must be coordinated and matched together. These conditions depend on—but go far beyond—governmental will and the availability of demand". (…)

Keywords:Implementation, decentralised, food, procurement, programmes, impact, policy, institutional, legal, enabling, environment, case, PRONAE, PAA Africa, Mozambique
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Type/Issue:Working Paper/161