Burundi in the Agribusiness Global Value Chain: Skills for Private Sector Development

Burundi in the Agribusiness Global Value Chain: Skills for Private Sector Development
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Listing Type: Research Reports

Penny Bamber | Ajmal Abdulsamad | Gary Gereffi

Agriculture is the central pillar of Burundi’s economy and employing virtually the entire rural workforce. This report examines the skills and workforce training needs across the different segments of the value chain to support Burundi’s upgrading in the agribusiness global value chains. With the consolidation of markets and stringent quality standards, producers in developing countries have commonly faced increasing pressure to invest in upgrading skills and knowledge of producers in export-oriented agribusiness value chains.

Geography: Africa
Client: World Bank
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