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A Rough Guide to Value Chain Development: How to create employment and improve working conditions in targeted sectors

Guidance and systemization of experiences

The ILO Value Chain Development approach looks at market dynamics and relationships between the different actors in the chain with the objective of strengthening the whole market system - enterprises, business relationships, financial networks, supporting functions, rules and norms, and the business environment – in a way that ensures greater benefits for the poor from economic growth and development. This “Rough Guide to Value Chain Development” has been developed in collaboration with the DANIDA funded Responsible Business programme in Myanmar to give a simplified overview of the Value Chain Development approach as applied by the International Labour Organization (ILO).

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