The EAT project has been to Zambia on numerous occasions, providing analysis through the lenses of an AgCLIR, market analysis, and the AGRI Index.
The EAT project conducted an AgCLIR assessment in Zambia which formed the basis for discussion and strategy formulation for USAID and other stakeholders.
The EAT project, in collaboration with MSU Food Security Research Project, supported USAID and the Government of Zambia by developing an implementation strategy for legislative reform of Zambia's maize marketing policy, including provisions for the fledgling commodity exchange and price information system.
The AGRI Index Pilot Report contains data and lessons learned in testing in Bangladesh, Kenya, Nepal, Uganda, and Zambia in 2012. AGRI data confirmed the pilot's original premise: agribusinesses face significant and unique legal, regulatory and institutional burdens that impede operations and make compliance a costly proposition.