Sustainable Resilient Supply Chains

Sustainable Resilient Supply Chains


Project Description

Research Team

PI:

Jacob Ricker‐Gilbert

Jacob Ricker‐Gilbert, PhD

Associate Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Economics Purdue University

jrickerg@purdue.edu

Co-PI:

Timothy Rendall

Managing Director for FPIL, Purdue University    

Embedded Research Translation Lead:

Dr. Patrick Ketiem

KALRO

Project Information

Building Sustainable Resilient Supply Chains: A model of Youth Input Resellers in Kenya

Sector:

Food Security    

Country:

Kenya

Lead Institution:    

Purdue University

Co-PI Institution:    

Kenya Agricuture and Livestock Research Organization (KALRO)

Partner(s):    

Bell Industries Ltd.

Final Budget:    $199,202

Project Length:    24 months

Research Goals:

The overall project goal is: to develop sustainable and resilient supply- chains by having rural youth sell agricultural inputs to farmers who lack market access in Kenya.

Embedded Research Translation Product:

  1. Final project report
  2. Power point presentation
  3. Guidebook for private sector on how to work with vendors and engage rural youth
  4. Success stories
  5. Podcast
  6. Blog posts
  7. Workshop on rural youth input suppliers hosted by KALRO

Embedded Research Translation Audience:

Ministries (particularly looking a rural youth and urbanization), NGOs, private-sector companies, and the international development community as a whole.

Ricker-Gilbert Project


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