According to ADB website, this regional knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) will support climate finance business development activities relating to climate-resilient agribusiness investments across 22 Asian Development Bank (ADB) countries. These countries were chosen because they are eligible for support by the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), which focuses on climate-smart development planning and action. The TA will focus on investment opportunities that improve climate resilience and gender equity within the agribusiness value chain, including agricultural inputs, farming, processing and logistics and retail.
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