The aim of the Farm Mechanization and Conservation Agriculture for Sustainable Intensification (FACASI) project was to identify appropriate small-scale machines (e.g. 2-wheel tractors) to improve farming practices (such as planting, harvesting, milling and transporting), and the commercial mechanisms needed to deliver these to smallholder farmers. The project identified opportunities to create new markets for equipment and services, and supporting policies and networks.
FACASI was implemented in two phases, starting in March 2013 and ending on December 2019.
The objectives of the project were:
A case study of 2WT based technologies service provision business model
performance study in Ethiopia
Abusiness model in simple terms is a“blueprint” of how a company does business.
Author:Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo (CIMMYT)Year:2018
FACASI Literature Review Guideline
by: Yared Deribe and Moti Jaleta