Examples of recent work

Productive Partnerships in Agriculture

January 2012November 2016
World Bank
Improving the livelihoods of smallholder cocoa and coffee producers in PNG.

Livestock production and supply chains course

March 2015July 2015
Coffey International Development/DFAT
PNG Veterinary medics and livestock inspectors boost professional skills with short course.
Shop assistant in produce section of supermarket

Sustainable leafy salad production in Mauritius - value chain analysis

Australia Awards: Short Term Award
Creating value for consumers, retailers and packhouses in relation to packaged salads in a tourism area of Mauritius.
tomatoes

Tomato value chain in Ghana

Australia Awards: Short Term Award
Pursuing incremental improvement and collaboration from farmer to retailer.
man leaning over, sorting tomatoes

Tomato sauce value chain in Zimbabwe

Australia Awards: Short Term Award
Using value chain analysis as a diagnostic tool, adding value, and segmenting the market for this popular product.
egg retailer sitting cross legged with trays of eggs

Nigerian poultry egg value chain analysis

Australia Awards: Short Term Award
This project shows how a value chain approach can support projects involving vulnerable and disadvantaged people, and use simple interventions to make inexpensive and remarkable improvements.
Mesark with camel herder

Camel milk value chain analysis in Kenya

Australia Awards: Short Term Award
Investigation and analysis of a food chain in Kenya, as part of the Australia Award - Africa, 2016 Agribusiness Short Course Award.
Awardees in Lockyer Valley

Productivity, networks and globalisation for dryland farming

April 2016August 2016
Australia Awards: Short Term Award

Dryland Farming Africa Fellowship

January 2012December 2014
DFAT/AusAID
Improving sustainability of rain-fed cropping in Africa.

Agricultural extension for livestock herders

December 2013December 2014
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Working to reduce poverty and improve the livelihoods of herders in rural Mongolia.

Training trainers in irrigation and water resource management

September 2014
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Improved water conservation and sustainable water management through a train the trainer program for Pakistan.

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