According to the bank, IFC, the client, and key stakeholders are joining forces to improve the low productivity of dairy producers in the Orinoquía region while introducing climate-smart agriculture practices into the dairy supply chain. To do this, the project will develop and execute a comprehensive strategy that encompasses the following approaches:
• Sensible business models compatible to the needs of dairy farmers in the region;
• Capacity building to strengthen the skills of dairy producers and extensionist agents;
• Introduction of innovative agricultural practices that respond to the challenges of increasing climate volatility in the region;
• Access to input/logistic finance for small and medium scale dairy producers.
There was no information at the time of the snapshot.
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