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Unlocking Mali’s Shea Potential Increase rural women’s resilience and sustainable income

Mali

Titre : Unlocking Mali’s Shea Potential Increase rural women’s resilience and sustainable income

Pays : Mali

Identification : ID IITA NL-KVK-56484038-110102-4

Date/Durée : 01-Oct-2014 // 30-Avr-2018

Zones of intervention : This initiative takes place in the southern regions of Mali, namely (the region of Sgou, the region of Sikasso, the region of Kayes, and the region of Koulikoro) Partners : ICCO, ICRAF (the Worlds Agroforestry Centre), Olvea BF (private French company), cooperatives, BDS providers.

Résumé
The Public Private Partnership (PPP) shea aims to contribute to increase sustainable income, gender equality, and resilience in the main shea producing areas of Mali. The Shea Value Chain represents a source of income for at least 75% of rural women.

Contexte
The Public Private Partnership (PPP) shea aims to contribute to increase sustainable income, gender equality, and resilience in the main shea producing areas of Mali. The Shea Value Chain represents a source of income for at least 75% of rural women. The development of this value chain will greatly affect the livelihood of the women. With an initial target 12,000 rural women in 3 years, this initiative is currently working with over 25,000 women and has already generated sales revenues of more than 1 million Euros.

Objectifs
The overarching goals of this sub-project are to build the capacity of rural women working in the Shea Value Chain (training on good practices, quality standards and how to secure long term commercial contracts).

Groupe cible
12000 women working in the Shea Value Chain

Partenaires : ICCO Cooperation

Budget total : 255 304 EUR

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