Duration: 21/Jun/2006 - 30/Sep/2010
Locations: Eastern and Southern Africa
Project contact: M Siambi
Donor: United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-USA
The Agricultural Input Markets Strengthening (AIMS) project has committed to develop the capability of private sector agricultural input dealers to respond to increased demand for productive inputs and opportunities for agricultural production oriented to the market. The project improved farmers’ access to technologies by building competitive markets and improving agro-dealer networks. The key components were agro-dealer business development and capacity building, association-building, technology transfer and extension support, increased production of improved seeds and improved policy environments.