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Market-based Agricultural Technology Scaling in Fragmented Market Settings: Three Cases


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Agricultural technology scaling is a complex, long-term systems change phenomenon that requires many years and many partners to achieve success. One .. Read more of the most difficult components of large scale scaling is the gradual transfer of the drivers of scaling from public sector research and donor-supported testing and outreach actors to private sector players. Private sector players are successfully incentivized to take on technology scaling that will mostly benefit very poor, small-scale, non-commercial agricultural households. They often receive significant donor support and carry out these market-based investments where there is a strong business infrastructure and viable market systems. This webinar looks at market-based scaling lessons that may apply to both higher-development-potential situations as well as circumstances with greater barriers to economic growth.

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Dr Shamim Ali

Dr Shamim Ali

Research Associate at Skuast K Leh india

Kargil, India
Dr L. P. Yadava

Dr L. P. Yadava

Assistant Professor at CBG Ag. PG College

Lucknow, India
Delisa Msweli

Delisa Msweli

Farmer at Sutoo

Nelspruit, South Africa
Nazreen Hassan

Nazreen Hassan

Assistant Professor at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University

Nagercoil, India
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