Raising incomes of the rural poor while increasing profits for business
Since its start in 2013, the Propcom Mai-karfi programme has stimulated over £10 million in additional incomes and profits for the rural poor and for private sector partners. It has done this by working with 30 companies and 800,000 poor men and women in rural communities to create a new framework for agricultural production and trade.
Through its partnership approach, the programme aims to stimulate private and public investment in the rural economy by more than £12.5 million.
Propcom is funded with UK aid from the British people, and managed by Palladium.