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Supporting Food Production and Food Access through Local Public Procurement Schemes: Lessons from Brazil

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  • Darana Souza

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  • Danuta Chmielewska

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  • Darana Souza & Danuta Chmielewska, 2010. "Supporting Food Production and Food Access through Local Public Procurement Schemes: Lessons from Brazil," One Pager 110, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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    1. Danuta Chmielewska & Darana Souza, 2010. "Market Alternatives for Smallholder Farmers in Food Security Initiatives: Lessons from the Brazilian Food Acquisition Programme," Working Papers 64, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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    Supporting; Food Production; Food Access; Local Public; Procurement Schemes; Lessons; Brazil;
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