Value Chain Selection
Value chain selection is a decision-making process used to identify value chains for development that will maximize the impact of donor funds. The selection process occurs during the planning stages of a project through prioritization of a short-list of value chains weighted and ranked against selection criteria. The criteria help to create a program that will strengthen industry competitiveness, achieve a desired impact among target beneficiaries, address cross-cutting issues and mobilize private-sector participation to drive change.
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