Session 6. Henson - Value Chains Create Food System Outcomes, Bangladesh
Spencer HensonUnderstanding how value chainscreate food system outcomes:Bangladesh
Projects in BangladeshFour projects in Bangladesh:– New fish-based complimentary food– Grameen Danone– Vegetable seeds– Certilac project?What will these projects taken together tell us about foodsystem outcomes from value chains?Can we get ‘more than the sum of the parts’ throughcoordination of these?
Agricultural InputsAgricultural ProductionStorage and TransportationProcessingDistribution and MarketingTarget ConsumersNutrient CompositionAccessInformationInfrastructure and Institutions
Cross-cutting issuesNeed for interventions at multiple levels of value chainLinkages between agriculture and nutritionUnderlying value chain processesFocus on consumersRole of business and engagement with businessImportance of wider institutionsDiets and value chains
Key processes in functioning of value chains fornutritious foodsEnhancing andMaintaining NutritionalValueConsumptionCapabilitiesSignallingIntegrityAvailability ValueAffordabilityValue Creation Value Capture
Value chains and diet of the poorDietFood 1 Food 2 Food 3 Food 4 Food 5 Food 6 Food 7 Food 8ValueChainAValueChainBValueChainCValueChainDValueChainIValueChainGValueChainHValueChainFValueChainE
How do we coordinate?Common understandings on value chains and value chainanalysisExchange of informationSynthesis of findingsMove towards joint diet-based project?