The project aims to improve access to finance for post-harvest infrastructure investments in grains and dairy thus contributing to a reduction in agricultural losses (and increased climate resilience) in Mexico, with priority given to the South and Center of the country. This will be achieved through its focus on improving the storage capacity, leveraging clean energy solutions, enhancing productivity, competitiveness and economic opportunities of small and medium agricultural producers in economically disadvantaged regions of the country.
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