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Feb 8, 2021
IFC’s Women in Agribusiness Value Chains program works with agribusiness clients across the world to help them close gender gaps and realize the benefits of gender inclusion in their value chain.
English | 2 pages | IFC 2021
Jan 26, 2021
The Ukraine Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) provides IFC & World Bank analysis of growth and investment opportunities, constraints, & policy recommendations.
English | 154 pages | 2021 IFC
Dec 21, 2020
The Egypt Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) provides IFC & World Bank analysis of growth and investment opportunities, constraints, & policy recommendations.
English - 144 pages | Arabic - 119 pages | 2020 IFC
Dec 9, 2020
The case study explores how the company has implemented a holistic approach towards the prevention of gender-based violence and sexual harassment within the workplace and its worker housing complexes.
10 pages | © December 2020 IFC | Complimentary
Oct 9, 2020
Despite their contributions, women in agriculture face unique challenges that hamper their productivity, in turn weakening rural economies, the businesses that depend on them, and the global food chain. This factsheet presents an overview of IFC’s Women in Agribusiness Value Chains program working with agribusiness clients across the world to help them close gender gaps and realize the benefits of gender inclusion in their value chain.
English | 2 pages | 2020 IFC
Aug 27, 2020
Addressing the constraints for greater private sector development will stimulate good jobs, growth and post COVID-19 recovery in Senegal. To do so, this CPSD identifies economywide policies and key interventions in Agriculture and Agribusiness, Education, Tourism and Housing.
English | 102 pages | 2020 IFC
May 5, 2020
Business models utilizing artificial intelligence can help meet rising global demand for food and support a more inclusive and sustainable food system by: (1) enhancing the resilience of farming methods; (2) reducing the cost of quality inputs and services to underserved farmers; and (3) improving market access to facilitate smallholder farmer integration into regional and global supply chains. Although nascent in emerging economies, applications for artificial intelligence in agribusiness will proliferate as farmers’ access to the Internet and adoption of smart devices increases across low-income countries.
English | 8 Pages - May - Note 82 | 2020 IFC
Apr 8, 2020
A Practical Guide for Building a Robust Food Safety Management System
English | 423 pages | 2020 IFC
Feb 5, 2020
Improving Standards, Speeding Business Growth
English | Vietnamese
Oct 17, 2019
Addressing the constraints for private sector development at national and sectoral levels is a critical element of the Government of South Africa’s plan to scale-up investment over the next five years, and thereby stimulate job creation and promote inclusive growth. The South Africa CPSD contributes to this effort by identifying policy actions and interventions in key sectors of the economy where short-to-medium term reforms could unlock investment and jobs.
English | 146 pages | 2019 IFC
Jan 17, 2019
Crops Receipts—A New Financing Instrument For Africa
English | 84 pages | 2019 | IFC/FAO
Sep 10, 2018
Sep 10, 2018
Nov 29, 2017
Accelerating investment in climate-smart agriculture requires governments to create supportive environments, the private sector to commit to greener supply chains, for farmers to adopt more sustainable agronomic practices, and for financial institutions to offer innovative financing models. IFC, through its investment and advisory services, is committed to being a trusted partner and helping clients achieve the results that they desire.
English | 48 Pages | November 2017 | IFC
Feb 21, 2017
This report was prepared by IFC as part of a work program on women’s employment in agribusiness funded by the World Bank Group’s Private Sector Window of the Umbrella Facility for Gender Equality. Download full report or read five individual case studies.
English | 125 Pages | September 2016 | IFC
Oct 25, 2016
Expanding access to markets, financing and storage, inputs and technology for smallholder farmers is a central element to eliminating extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. This case study highlights the developmental impact of an unusual IFC and GAFSP led investment in a semi-greenfield company in the agribusiness sector in Bhutan.
English | 12 Pages | © IFC, 2016
Oct 25, 2016
This publication explores benefits of a good food safety management system for a company and offers practical advice to companies that would like to improve it.
English | 16 Pages | © IFC, 2016
Oct 25, 2016
The goal of this publication is to help companies learn to build a strong food safety culture, learn from others, and get the most out of their investments in time and money.
English | 40 Pages | © IFC, 2016
Sep 16, 2016
IFC presents five in-depth case studies of inclusive businesses and identifies the common strategies these companies are employing to do business with people living at the base of the pyramid. Ranging in geographies and sectors (agriculture, education, financial services, and healthcare), each company has a unique path but their shared strategies provides insights that can spark innovation among future business entrepreneurs. The case studies are based on interviews with the companies’ founders, chief executive, and senior management.
Sep 16, 2016
Probiotech is a leading processor and producer of animal health and nutrition products in Nepal. The agribusiness was founded in 2000 and produces animal feed for small-scale farmers in Nepal, among other lines of work. The company improves the productivity of its 12,000 feed customers by offering training on farm management and by leveraging its extensive distribution network to provide high quality inputs. This case study is in the 2016 Built for Change report which features companies that are employing unique strategies to integrate people living at the base of the pyramid into the companies’ business operations.
May 1, 2016
This publication provides insights into how to maximize the benefits and reduce costs related to food safety.
English | Russian | Vietnamese
Mar 31, 2016
The EHS Guidelines for Annual Crop Production include information relevant to large-scale production, harvesting, post harvesting processing and storage of major annual crops, including cereals, pulses, roots and tubers, oil-bearing crops, fiber crops, vegetables, and fodder crops, located in both temperate and tropical regions. It does not include the processing of raw materials into semi-finished and finished products.
35 pages | © March 2016 World Bank Group | Complimentary
Nov 23, 2015
The EHS Guidelines for Perennial Crop Production include information relevant to large-scale plantation crops and outgrower systems and focuses on the primary production and harvesting through farming and plantation forestry of major multi-year food, fiber, energy, ornamental, and pharmaceutical crops, located in both temperate and tropical regions.
35 pages | © November 2015 World Bank Group | Complimentary
Oct 19, 2015
This report was developed as part of IFC Agricultural Finance and Post-Harvest Handling Program in Vietnam, funded by the Canada-Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) and IFC. The overall goal of this multi-year program is to improve sustainable rural growth in Vietnam, leading to an increased net income of USD 36.6 million for farmers by 2019. Specifically on agricultural financing, the program aims to support financial institutions in building capacity in order to expand financing to the agricultural sector, to farmers and value chain players.
Aug 3, 2015
This briefing note captures the lessons learned from a recent IFC pilot program in Kenya that explored ways to harness private innovation, technical skills, and financing to equitably increase access to safe water and sanitation for underserved consumers.
16 pages | © August 2015 IFC | Complimentary|