IFDC has produced a report onĀ Existing and Potential Business Models on Last Mile Delivery of Seeds through its collaborative partnership with the Catholic Relief Services (CRS)-implemented project Feed the Future Global Supporting Seed Systems for Development (S34D). This report builds on insights developed from the review of existing models of seed delivery systems available in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) that serve most smallholder farmers. While no one model will be able to deliver on all the needs of rural small-scale male and female farmers, the study recommends proposing potential models that can be adopted and providing basic guidelines to account for scalability, sustainability, quality standards, incorporation of technological advancements, and the creation of a local ecosystem around the solution, considering inclusivity, i.e., gender, age and disability of the population involved. Through experimentation with different approaches, we will eventually produce models that are able to drive more quality seed and related inputs sustainably to most small-scale male and female farmers in rural SSA.