Grafting avocado/ Malcolm Manners via Flickr ; CC BY 2.0

What’s to learn from the avocado sector regarding productive employment? The research groups are finalizing their projects and sharing their key messages and findings. The partnership for economic policy (PEP) is one of the organizations that recently published two policy briefs on the avocado sector regarding employment advances in Kenya. What have we learned from Peruvian export? And more on contract farming and production and export progressions; does commitment from farmer and buyer enable employment progression in Kenya?

Go to the page of the research group on productive employment in the segmented markets of fresh produce (PRESM) to read more about their project.

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