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Report: Leveraging institutional food procurement for linking small farmers to markets

Report: Leveraging institutional food procurement for linking small farmers to markets
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FAO 19 July 2018

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Institutional food procurement programmes (IFPPs) refer to initiatives that are designed intentionally to link an institution’s demand for food to broader development objectives. IFPPs are increasingly viewed as programmatic approaches that contribute to the transformation of local food systems that are inclusive of small farmers and enterprises. Programmes to date, and for the most part, have focused on linking local production to national school feeding initiatives, strategic food reserves and broader food security programmes. Notable IFPPs in this regard are Brazil’s ongoing National School Feeding Programme (PNAE) and the public Food Purchase Programme (PAA), together with the Purchase for Progress (P4P) pilot initiative (2008–2014) of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).

The objective of this publication is to provide insights on the policy and institutional reforms required for developing and implementing IFPPs, based on a cross-analysis of lessons from eight country case studies covering WFP’s P4P and Brazil’s PAA and PNAE.

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