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Inclusive business

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  • A man carries a box with spring onions through a busy scene

    Redefining smallholder farmer inclusion in modern value chains: three ways forward

    A new report from IIED explores why expectations of including smallholder farmers in modern value chains have fallen short, and suggests new and more realistic ways of getting inclusion to work for smallholders

    15 September 2022 | Blog | Food and agriculture
  • Old woman walks in the forest holding a stick.

    How the Amazon bioeconomy can catalyse an inclusive green economy

    Guest blogger Virgilio Viana explains the vast potential of the Amazon bioeconomy to promote equity, deliver prosperity, foster sustainable production and protect nature

    27 June 2022 | Blog | Biodiversity
  • Low-cost solar lanterns enable a boy to study at home in the small village of Shidhulai in the Natore District of northwestern Bangladesh (Photo: G.M.B. Akash/PANOS)

    Universal energy access: combining public and private sector efforts

    Donors, governments and businesses need to collaborate more strategically to finance pro-poor energy access. This is a key message from a new IIED discussion paper Sharing the Load

    30 September 2014 | Blog | Economics
  • Just how inclusive is ‘inclusive business’?

    Discussion at the latest of the IIED-Hivos ‘provocations’ in Brussels last week (22 June) suggests that the first step in assessing how ‘pro-poor’ business contributes to development and smallholder empowerment, is to understand what we mean by the word ‘inclusive’.

    27 June 2011 | Article | Sustainable markets
  • RIP BoP?

    Last month C Prahalad, co-author of the high profile Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) approach died. What of his legacy in big business realising the untapped fortune at the ‘bottom’ - the poorest 4 billion?

    19 September 2010 | Blog | Sustainable markets
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