top of page

Value Chain Analysis

The Problem

International humanitarian and development organizations require technically sound information and practically applicable guidance for income generation interventions based on the operational area in context and its socio-economic landscape. These organizations require solutions that consider regional actors such as chambers of commerce and industry, business confederations, and their roles in promoting economic inclusion.

Value Chain Analysis in Practice: Danish Refugee Council

It is an analysis of selected industries in Hatay, Kahramanmaraş, Kilis, and Şanlıurfa and discusses the value chain, value chain actors, as well as surrounding economic issues, level of infrastructure and support, and the labour issues, skills development, and employment/entrepreneurship opportunities with particular focus on Syrians under Temporary Protection (SuTP). The report also clarifies the supporting functions to make the value chain work as well as the rules and regulations related to the value chain. Recommendations have been made to the Danish Refugee Council Economic Recovery/Livelihoods programming team on feasible entry points. I4D worked to identify opportunities in a range of sectors and identify key stakeholders and private sector actors.

Screen Shot 2021-07-13 at 15.16.40 (1).png
bottom of page