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Managing the process of change: Useful frameworks for implementers of making markets work for the poor programmes

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Abstract:

This article presents project management frameworks developed and used by PROFIT Zambia – a five-year USAID-funded programme supporting agriculture/natural resources development – to guide its interventions in facilitating inclusive and sustained industry competitiveness. The frameworks showcased in the article are two: an industry pathway and related knowledge management process. The article describes the frameworks and illustrates their use as tools by PROFIT in guiding its interventions in Zambia's domestic beef industry and supportive veterinarian services market. The article concludes by drawing lessons on the use of these frameworks for agencies taking or planning to take a facilitation approach to implementing pro-poor agriculture development projects.

Keywords: BEEF INDUSTRY; FACILITATION; MAKING MARKETS WORK FOR THE POOR; VETERINARY SERVICES; ZAMBIA

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3362/1755-1986.2008.014

Publication date: 2008-06-01

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