Partnering with Agribusinesses to Boost Climate Resilience of Smallholder Farmers in Asia and the Pacific
Agriculture is one of the most affected sectors by climate change. About $350 billion of investments are needed annually to transform the food and agriculture system to become greener and more resilient. Alongside its investment programs on agribusinesses, PSOD’s Agribusiness Investment Team provides technical assistance and training to farmers on climate-resilient agricultural practices.
This session provided an opportunity for staff to learn about capacity building on climate resilience for smallholder farmers in Asia from agribusiness partners, consultants, and technical assistance donors.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|26 Nov 2021||Discussion and Presentations||
Linda Xiaole Wang
|26 Nov 2021||Presentation 1||
Technical Assistance Assistance for Climate Resilience
This presentation provides an overview of ADB's technical assistance for climate resilience projects and how it can improve resilience in agribusinesses...
|26 Nov 2021||Presentation 2||
The Role of Blended Finance
This presentation gives an overview of blended finance and how it can support smallholder farmers.