Since our establishment in 2010, Fair & Sustainable has engaged with over 50 international and local clients, and completed more than 600 assignments. Some of our recent projects are outlined below.
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Gender in Value Chains Publication Repository

Over the years, Fair & Sustainable Consulting has advised and collaborated on a number of projects, with a core focus on integrating gender-sensitive approaches in value chains. As part of these projects, a number of documents have been produced by, or in cooperation with Fair & Sustainable.

PAC-PME: business growth support for Malian SMEs

This accelerator programme aims to support entrepreneurs to strengthen and grow their businesses, and to generate a better understanding of the entrepreneurial ecosystem and the barriers to growth for young entrepreneurs in the context.

External evaluation of the Greater Virunga Landscape Project

The external evaluation of the Conserving Greater Virunga (CGV) project involved data collection in three countries. Recommendations were included based on the evaluation, as well as for the future programme.

Management of the Barley Emerging Farmers Economic Development (BE-FED) Program, South Africa

The BE-FED project aimed to develop a sustainable barley supply chain in South Africa by connecting emerging black farmers to Heineken via a planned new malting plant. Project management was outsourced to F&S.

Black Soldier Fly (BSF) Farms

F&S developed a business model that supports young Kenyan entrepreneurs below the age of 35 to establish their own commercial size BSF farm.

STARS project

The STARS project used an MSD approach to improve access to finance and markets for more than 200,000 smallholder farmers in Ethiopia, Rwanda, Senegal and Burkina Faso.

‘Building Bridges for Women’s Economic Empowerment’ Mid-Term Evaluation

Through evaluating Most Significant Change stories, and conducting focus group discussions and key informant interviews, a mid-term evaluation of the ‘Building Bridges for Women’s Economic Empowerment (BBWEE)’ programme was performed.