|Part 1 The Rationale for Producer Organisations|
|Small-Scale Producers And Global Markets|
|The Rationale for Collective Action|
|Defining Features of Producer Organisations|
|Minimum Conditions for POs to Succeed|
|POs: a Development Strategy for the Poorest?|
|Part II What do Producer Organisations Look Like?|
|Governance and Management|
|Market Chain Linkages and Services|
|Influencing the Business Environment|
|Part III Working with Producer Organisations|
|The Role of Support Organisations|
|Getting Started: Initial Steps and Considerations|
|Capacity Development: Models and Tools|
|Working with POs: Developing Essential Capacity|
|Working with POs at Different Stages|
Chris Penrose-Buckley is currently Head of Producer Partnership Programme at Twin, London, UK.
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