“Building Capacity for resilient African and Mediterranean farmers markets systems”

Project Overview

The Mediterranean and African Markets Initiative (MAMi) provides the technical support to develop new farmers markets where conditions are ripe and none exist; for existing farmers markets to grow market networks; and for existing market networks to grow into effective levers to revitalize rural communities, enhance livelihoods for family agriculture on land and sea, and to valorize the role of multifunctional agriculture to deliver economic, social and ecological benefits.

MAMI recognizes the power of purposeful and managed farmers markets to help communities and economies flourish in the destabilized regions of the Mediterranean and Africa.

Project Objective

The objective of the MAMI is to grow farmers markets and their networks in both capacity and number by transferring knowledge and expertise to professionally manage farmers markets in four countries: Albania, Egypt, Lebanon, Kenya, and Tunisia.





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