Fair & Sustainable works on developing value chains that are socially, environmentally and economically sound. We believe in believe that a fair benefit sharing between actors results in stronger and more sustainable value chains of which all actors involved gain
F&S uses a systemic approach to value chains, by including all actors inside and around a value chain, such as (financial or technical) business providers and the institutional environment. We believe that a healthy and strong value chain is a diverse value chain, including different sized companies and different groups of people.
F&S actively works together with our clients, including governments, companies and NGOs, to identify the most promising value chains and intervention opportunities. We analyse the selected value chains and give advice on how to develop the value chains. We offer coaching, training, capacity building for different actors, and facilitate and develop multi-stakeholder partnerships.
Dairy value chain and Marketing study in Borana, Ethiopia – 2021
Analyse the relationships among actors to identify factors constraining development of the milk value chain, and develop recommendations for intervention.
Consultants: Abdissa Tegene, Assegid Gedamu
VC Analysis of moringa and baie rose in Madagascar – GIZ, 2019-2020
Consultants: Jochem Schneemann, Annelien Meerts
Value Chain Selection and Analysis Burundi – SNV, 2019
Value chain selection, VCA of the prioritised value chains, and advice on entry points for start-up interventions.
Consultants: André Vording, Peter Ton, Annelien Meerts
Value chain selection and development of eight business cases (Egypt, Kenya,Uganda) – RVO / CBI, 2018
Consultants: Jeroen van Wijk, Victor van der Linden, Annelien Meerts
Cashew Processing Value Chain Analysis – RVO / CBI, 2018
In-depth analysis of the value chain for cashew processing in West Africa.
Consultant: Peter Ton