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Improving smallholder farmers’ climate resilience is critical and requires increased access to crucial production resources – land, water, energy, credit. Our panel of experts, with extensive experience in philanthropy, research and implementation will discuss opportunities and approaches to move smallholder farming towards economic security and climate resilience.
Session Partner – Tata Trusts, Collectives for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives (CInI)

Speakers: Vidya Shah, Girish Sohani, Mridula Ramesh and Ganesh Neelam

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