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Assessing the Quality of Agricultural Market Information Systems: A Self-assessm


Assessing the Quality of Agricultural Market Information Systems: A Self-assessm

To date, however, these private services, while usually being more efficient than the government-run ones, have also largely depended on donor support for their continued operation. It has proved difficult to develop a profitable business model as many of the clients are small farmers and traders. Agricultural market information systems or services (MIS) can cover staples, horticultural crops, livestock, and export commodities. They are generally designed to collect, process, and disseminate or distribute data of relevance to farmers, traders and other buyers, such as processors, but the data they generate can also be used for a variety of purposes by governments, donors, international organizations and others.

  • ISBN: 9789251304594
  • Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • Published: 2018-04-16 12:05:07
  • Words: 24720
Assessing the Quality of Agricultural Market Information Systems: A Self-assessm Assessing the Quality of Agricultural Market Information Systems: A Self-assessm