30 Nov The social life of the onion: the informal regulation of the onion market in Nangarhar, Afghanistan
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|Authors||Giulia Minoia, Wamiqullah Mumtaz, Adam Pain|
|Theme||Social Protection and Livelihoods|
|Date of Publication||November 30, 2014|
Within Afghanistan’s agricultural economy, there are many obstacles that cross-cut social, economic, and political trajectories to keep rural livelihoods constrained. A recent development programme, the Comprehensive Agriculture and Rural Development Facility (CARD-F), which aims to lift farmers from poverty, has focused on supporting value chains, identifying a lack of market information and access to credit systems as the primary constraints to market engagement.