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In Mali, school canteens buy a majority of their rice from abroad. How can PG-HGSF include more local Malian farmers in the school feeding value chain?

SNV and FACT Foundation have collaborated to create a cross-country knowledge base that will promote and support the rapid emergence of productive biogas sectors and markets worldwide.

Livestock breeding occupies about 80% of the rural population and supplies about 30% of jobs with rural zone. It contributes for more than 15% to the GDP; represent 42% of the agricultural GDP.
In Mali, many stakeholders are involved in Procurement Governance and this can make it difficult to monitor if and how actors are held accountable for their actions, therefore necessitating social audits.
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SNV has been advising development actors in Mali since 1979 and is a key partner for local authorities and other actors involved in decentralisation processes. We support local partners through a range of services, including Organisational Strengthening, Value Chain Development and Knowledge Networking. SNV's approach uniquely interweaves policy and practices; building partnerships between local, regional and national organisations. We focus our intervention in three lead sectors: Agriculture, Renewable Energy, and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene.

SNV's activities in Mali are led by Country Director, Jean de Matha Ouedraogo, based in Bamako.

 

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