The Farmer’s Perspective: Bridging the Last Mile to Market

R.B. Doorneweert, N. Bhan, W. Kumunya, S. Esko

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    The Kenyan ‘farmer’ value chain was not just a neat box in the formal structure of a value chain, but a flexible, multipurpose node in the rural economy’s complex web of human interaction and exchange of goods, services and knowledge. Therefore we have called it the agricultural value web. This is the main conclusion from the inquiry on adoption of information and technology services with farmers in their rural communities. LEI Wageningen UR has executed this inquiry on behalf of the Dutch Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Economic Affairs.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDen Haag
    PublisherLEI Wageningen UR
    Number of pages25
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    • agricultural development
    • innovation adoption
    • sustainable development
    • adaptability
    • kenya
    • farmers' attitudes
    • social participation
    • value chain analysis
    • information systems
    • development cooperation

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    Doorneweert, R. B., Bhan, N., Kumunya, W., & Esko, S. (2014). The Farmer’s Perspective: Bridging the Last Mile to Market. (LEI; No. 14-006). LEI Wageningen UR.