Keyword: Market interventions

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Access to markets and services (Special Supplement 3)

In emergencies, access to markets may be lost for a number of reasons. Since most people live in a cash economy, restoring and maintaining adequate access to markets is important as part of an emergency response.

Supplement 3, March 2006 (page 36)

Long term strategies to target vulnerability in Somalia

Summary of published paper.

Issue 17, November 2002 (page 3)

Study on hygiene practices and market chain of milk and milk products in Somalia

Since 2006, Vétérinaires Sans Frontières - Germany (VSF) has implemented several projects in Somalia. The VSF strategy focuses mainly on improving food security and value chain development. Past interventions have achieved significant improvements in supporting the production of ‘safer’ milk and compliance with minimum standards in milk marketing.

Issue 39, September 2010 (page 24)

The RAIN programme

Rises in global food prices have led to an increase in vulnerability for areas of the world that are net food importers, which includes many countries in Africa.

Issue 40, February 2011 (page 23)

Valid Nutrition

The ENN recently interviewed Steve Collins and Paul Murphy from Valid Nutrition (VN) at a Central London Hotel.

Issue 39, September 2010 (page 46)