Optimising institutional arrangements for demand-driven post-harvest research, delivery, uptake and impact on the livelihoods of the poor, through public and private sector partnerships. Final Technical Report.

Abstract

This project built on a pilot study supported by the Crop PostHarvest Programme (CPHP) that explored the reasons for technology development not leading to technology adoption and impact.

Citation

Hall, A. Optimising institutional arrangements for demand-driven post-harvest research, delivery, uptake and impact on the livelihoods of the poor, through public and private sector partnerships. Final Technical Report. Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, UK (2003) 27 pp.

Optimising institutional arrangements for demand-driven post-harvest research, delivery, uptake and impact on the livelihoods of the poor, through public and private sector partnerships. Final Technical Report.

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