This conference will feature how academic institutions can play a role in delivering on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in three key thematic areas: access to clean energy and water, sustainable food production, and healthy lives and well-being.
Discussion and real engagement of the issues was encouraged, and new ideas and synergies emerged from the workshop and bringing this issue of “MIND THE GAP” to the research and policy-making forefront.
This event included presentations and a panel discussion about how UC Davis agricultural research and innovation is making a difference around the world, in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development.
This webinar continued to explore a variety of interventions such as provision, administration and management of subsidies, support for developing infrastructure for effective implementation of insurance programs, investment in collection and sharing of data and consumer education.
This webinar series presented a variety of index insurance interventions such as provision, administration and management of subsidies, support for developing infrastructure for effective implementation of insurance programs, investment in collection and sharing of data and consumer education.
At this event, over 50 researchers, government officials, private sectors business representatives, and international policy groups all joined together to report on and discuss this promising tool in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
This webinar looked into consumer education roles of different players in the insurance value chain, discussed issues arising at both individual and community levels and showcased some consumer education interventions.
This event was assembled to discuss the state of agriculture insurance, including successes and challenges, as well as impacts and gaps, to explore how the Global Action Network can address these key challenges and gaps.
The primary goal of this workshop was to discuss these results and consider their implications for strengthening agricultural development programs and policies in Mozambique and elsewhere in the region.
The aim of the workshop was to review progress in the take-up of index-based weather insurance, and to explore the potential of financial instruments such as micro-savings and microcredit as complements to insurance in helping cope with weather shocks.
El taller reúne a individuos clave provenientes de los sectores público, privado, multilateral y académico a fin de promover el intercambio de experiencias e ideas con la meta final de identificar caminos que permitan mejorar el desempeño de los mercados de seguros agrícolas.
Innovation Lab participants joined USAID staff, research partners in Ghana and across West Africa, and others including representatives of other Feed the Future activities to assess how co-innovation between U.S. and West African research institutions can contribute to sustainable development in agriculture over the next five years.
This meeting provided an opportunity for USAID staff members to join their agricultural research and development partners to discuss existing programs and future directions for advancing efforts along the research to development continuum.
To discuss risk transfer innovations and their applications to the Pan-‐Andean region, the I4 Index Insurance Innovation Initiative hosted a convening on the synergies between the public and private sectors for agricultural insurance.