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AICC'S RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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COVID-19 is transforming the way people live, work, buy, and relate to one another, and the changes seem to come by the minute. This global pandemic has inspired both fear and hope; closing business while encouraging innovation; forcing us to keep our distance while at the same time bringing us closer together. In the center of fear, confusion, and anxiety, African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) recognize the fundamental truth that it is not the time to abandon our stakeholders. It’s time to double down.

When it comes to COVID-19, corporate citizenship efforts, taking the right approach and tone is essential. As one way of reaching out to care for our stakeholders, AICC is responding to the  COVID-19 through its various publications from its platforms. Below are the links on how AICC's  COVID-19 documents can be accessed.

THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING OF LEGUMES IN MALAWI

Legumes are an important component of the agriculture sector in the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), Malawi inclusive and South Asia (SA). However due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the sector is not as stable as it used to be. This paper intends to highlight the impact of Covid-19 on legume value chain with specific focus on post-production processes namely post-harvest management, marketing, processing, logistics and supply...images/documents/LEGUME_RESPONSE_ON_COVID-19.pdf


IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON COTTON MARKETS

The marketing season was received with enthusiasm as it restored hope to smallholder farmers, who for the first time in 8 years, have increased yield and production by more than 50%. Unfortunately the emergence of the COVID-19 has distorted the cotton market both at international and domestic level..... images/COTTON/Impact_of_COVID19_on_Cotton_Markets.pdfView Site

 
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