Mozambique

Case study

How to Implement a Broad-Based Approach to Developing the Africa Cashew Market

What are the African Cashew Initiative’s (ACi’s) principles and delivery mechanism, how do these lead to general project success, and which can be transferred to other value chains? How do producers and processors benefit from a changing power relationship in a demand-driven market set-up and how does the project support this?  “How to Implement a Broad-Based Approach to Developing the Africa Cashew Market” examines these questions in terms of ACi’s implementation.

Practitioner

Caroline van den Berg

Practitioner

Seema Manghee

Practitioner

Vanessa Lopes Janik

Vanessa Lopes Janik is a multi-lingual development professional with a drive for innovation, effective collaboration and achieving results. She has World Bank experience in Climate Change, Gender, and Energy, and country level experience in Mali and Mozambique.

Case study

Modern Energy Services in Low and Middle-Income Countries

How can strategies and technologies be developed to provide poor people in remote areas with sustainable access to modern energy? This case study contrasts three interventions—in Kenya, Mali, and Mozambique— in order to learn from their successes and failures. It shows how projects were scaled up when results were positive and cut back when they failed to meet expectations.

Practitioner

Carsten Hellpap

During the last 25 years Carsten Hellpap has worked at GTZ now Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and presently is the manager of the International Partnership Programme "Energising Development (EnDev)".