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  • 09 Aug 2016 5:39 PM | Anonymous

    DID YOU KNOW? Investing in your agricultural sector can address not only hunger and malnutrition but, other challenges including poverty, water and energy use, unsustainable production and consumption and healthy job creation. Together, let’s mobilize AgroBiz developmental, technological, and training programs and social movements to address these challenges for sustainable development.


    Agriculture is an engine of pro-poor economic growth in rural areas. Entrepreneurship across the rural, urban and food sectors can generate employment and growth.


    Agricultural extension enables farmers to access to the skills, tools, inputs and knowledge they need to thrive.


    Women farmers produce 20-30% less than their male counterparts, mostly due to differences in their access and use of resources. Women produce over half the food worldwide, so bridging this gap could reduce global hunger by as much as 17%.


    Rural populations represent the largest segment of the world’s extreme poor by far – more than 70% of the total. Growth in agriculture is at least twice as effective in reducing poverty than from any other sector.

    DISCOVER  how AgroBiz empowers you to “DO more, PLAN more and SHARE more!”

  • 13 Jun 2015 5:31 AM | Anonymous

    Fundamentally, AgroBiz® ensures the availability and predictability of food and sustainability over the long term. The vital importance of food to physical, economic and cultural development, together with the importance of efficient, sustainable production makes agriculture crucial:

    1. Global food industry needs technology.

    2. Consumers deserve the widest possible variety of safe and affordable food choices

    3. Food production system can mitigate the food economics challenge and achieve an ―ultimate WIN/WIN!

    4. Improving the affordability of food by using new and existing technologies and optimal productivity practices.

    5. Increasing the food supply by instituting a vastly improved degree of cooperation across the entire global food chain.

    6. Ensuring food safety with a combination of technology and high quality standards and systems, coupled with a greater measure of worldwide collaboration.

    7. Increasing sustainability through a highly productive and efficient system that simultaneously protects the environment by means of sensitive and efficient use of natural resources.

    8. Producing more biofuels to reduce dependence on fossil fuels while creating no negative effect on global food supplies.

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