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ACHA Working Paper;6

Value Chain Governance: Entrance Points for Interventions to Address Children’s Harmful Work in Agriculture

Published on 21 January 2021

This paper presents different types of governance mechanisms that can be present in a specific value chain and explores how these can be used or need to be modified in view of intentions to reduce children’s harmful work.

We primarily look at the way that the unobservable process-related quality attributes of a product are currently governed and discussed. We identify interactions/coordination processes that we feel are relevant for ACHA and likely entrance points for interventions.

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Ton, G.; Thorpe, J.; Egyir, I. and Szyp, C. (2020) Value Chain Governance: Entrance Points for Interventions to Address Children’s Harmful Work in Agriculture, ACHA Working Paper 6, Brighton: Action on Children’s Harmful Work in African Agriculture, IDS, DOI: 10.19088/ACHA.2021.001

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Giel Ton

Research Fellow

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Jodie Thorpe

Research Fellow, Cluster Leader

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Carolina Szyp

Research Officer

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published by
Institute of Development Studies
doi
10.19088/ACHA.2021.001
isbn
978-1-78118-720-3
language
English

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