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Training materials

AFDI. 2012. Guide pratique. Quel accompagnement proposer à une organisation paysanne pour choisir une activité de conseil à l’exploitation familiale (CEF) ? Paris, France: Groupe Gestion AFDI.

Elbehri, A. and Lee, M. 2011. The role of women producer organizations in agricultural value chains. Practical lessons from Africa and India. Rome, Italy: FAO.

FIDA. 2013. Pour un partenariat efficace avec les organisations paysannes et de producteurs ruraux. Rome, Italy: FIDA.

Levrat, L. 2013. Formations à l’élaboration de politiques agricoles : le guide du formateur. Organiser et mettre en oeuvre des sessions de formation sur l’élaboration de politiques agricoles pour des responsables et techniciens des organisations paysannes en Afrique de l’Ouest. Paris, France: GRET.

Penrose-Buckley, C. 2005. Producer organizations: A guide to developing collective rural enterprises. Oxford, UK: Oxfam.

Tartanac, F., Santacoloma, P. and Röttger, A. 2010. Formation en gestion d’entreprises associatives rurales en agroalimentaire. Module 2. Principes et organisation des entreprises associatives. Matériel de formation en gestion commercialisation et finances agricoles de la FAO, No. 10. Rome, Italy: FAO.

Further reading

Bingen, R.J. and Simpson, B.M. 2015. Farmer organizations and modernizing extension and advisory services: a framework and reflection on cases from sub-saharan Africa. MEAS Discussion Paper Series on Good Practices and Best-Fit Approaches in Extension and Advisory Service Provision. Washington, DC: USAID.

Chander, M. and Sulaiman, R. 2014. Strengthening extension and advisory services through producer organisations: a case of milk producer cooperatives in India. Report to GFRAS. Hyderabad, India: Indian Veterinary Research Institute and the Centre for Research on Innovation and Science Policy.


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