Geneviève Audet-Bélanger

Advisor

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Over the last years 5 Geneviève Audet-Bélanger has gained experience through extensive periods of fieldwork in Africa, but also South East Asia. She facilitated a number of workshops as well as completed various food commodities value chain analysis in several countries. She has also participated in a number of impact assessment missions and knowledge documentation processes. Moreover, Geneviève  is increasingly involved in Integrated Seed Sector Development programmes across Africa. Recently she worked on innovative technologies for household surveys and data gathering.

Publications

Projects

  • Integrated Seed Sector Development – Burundi, five years country strategy proposal
  • Cost benefit analysis for setting up a sustainable supply chain for black pepper from smallholder farmers using SAN standard in Vietnam
  • Local sourcing: do’s and don’ts of the business model – case evaluation on vegetable seeds production and sourcing from smallholder farmers (Tanzania)
  • Food ingredients value chain selection for export promotion to EU (Indonesia, The Philippines, Vietnam)
  • Writeshop: Market access of products from pastoralism in West Africa (Mali)
  • Knowledge documentation of the DONATA agricultural innovation platforms on maize and cassava (Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Congo, Sierra Leone, The Gambia)
  • Piloting processed mango in West Africa for local, regional and European markets/South-South business collaboration (Burkina Faso, Mali, South Africa)
  • Impact assessment of sesame Farmer Field Schools in Mali and Burkina Faso
  • Impact assessment of the Maize innovation platform in Rwanda
  • Assessment of the design of seed components and interventions in IFAD programmes (Uganda)
  • Mid-term knowledge documentation of Purchase for Progress programme of the World Food Programme (Mali and Burkina Faso)
  • Regional value chain mapping and analysis of Henna and Shea (Mali, Mauritania, Senegal)
  • Food security value chain analysis in Mali
  • Sustainable agri-business development in Mali