This TC proposes a roadmap for the development of climate-smart value chains in the Andean region. Specifically, the TC proposes to: (1) Identify two to three sectors per country in the Andean region and develop a roadmap for their successful insertion into global/regional value chains and (2) work with some of these chains on strategies that will enable them to be ready for the challenges arising from climate change and the policies being adopted to address it.
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF IADB
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