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CAVAC Case Study: Achieving policy change through a market systems approach

Renee Crossley, from Cardno’s International Development team, takes a close look at how the Australian Government-funded Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) influenced pesticide regulation in Cambodia, helping farmers use pesticides safely and effectively.

The CAVAC Case Study is the first in a series of Cardno papers looking at how aid programs support policy and regulatory change.

Renee Crossley is a specialist in market driven approaches to development, and a Principal and Program Director at Cardno.

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See Renee’s latest DevPolicy Blog on how the business-enabling environment was enhanced in Cambodia through a systems approach.

Cambodian man in a sunny rice field

Photo credit: CAVAC/DFAT

For further information:

Renee Crossley
Global Lead - Market Driven Approaches to Development
Phone: +61 3 9937 0759
Email: Renee.Crossley@cardno.com