Where the main type of intervention is on livelihoods and value chain development, after 3-6 months more advanced versions of the Catalyst tools are introduced for business planning, marketing and value chain analysis.
- increasing incomes challenge action tree
- household business tree
- market map
- livelihood calendar vision journey
These can be introduced on their own, integrated with the catalyst process as in the Toolkit written for TWIN UK in Uganda:
or as part of a more comprehensive value chain development process.
For the full value chain process see:
produced for the Oxfam Novib and IFAD GENVAD process May 2015.
For more macro-analysis and research on gender and value chain development, including early use of some of the tools with exporters see the 2009 ILO Manual:
For materials specifically adapted for coffee see:
For videos of the livelihood and value chain process see: http://www.galsatscale.net/Resources.html#videos