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The Smallholder Safety Net Upscaling Programme (SSNUP) is a 10-year programme which aims to strengthen the safety nets of 10 million smallholder households in Africa, Latin America and Asia through technical assistance and investment in agricultural value chains, resulting in an improved well-being of 50 million low-income people. Funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the Luxembourg Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs, SSNUP works as a facility to co-finance the technical assistance projects of impact investors active in the field. ADA ensures the coordination as well as the knowledge management component of the whole programme.


Index insurance in West Africa

  • Status : ongoing
  • Investee(s) name : Inclusive Guarantee
  • Type of investee(s) : Financial intermediary
  • Country(ies) : Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal
  • TA topic(s) : Non financial services, financial services
  • Value chain : cotton, millet, rice, sesame, sorghum, soya
  • Launch year : 2021
  • Downloads : PDF

Educafe – pilot testing of a mobile application

  • Status : ongoing
  • Investee(s) name : ACPC Pichanaki & Selva Andina
  • Type of investee(s) : Farmer organisations & cooperatives
  • Country(ies) : Peru
  • TA topic(s) : Non financial services & Market Building 
  • Value chain : Coffee
  • Launch year : 2021
  • Downloads : PDF

Demo fields for rice producers in Senegal

  • Status : ongoing
  • Investee(s) name : Sénégalaise des Filières Alimentaires (SFA)
  • Type of investee(s) : SME engaged in AVC
  • Country(ies) : Senegal
  • TA topic(s) : Non financial services
  • Value chain : rice
  • Launch year : 2021
  • Downloads : PDF