Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture

Super article on INMED’s new Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture (IACA) program by project partner UNEP-DTU. The 4-year initiative will provide access to financing and markets, training and technical assistance to help small-scale farmers, women and youth start aquaponics enterprises. Sustainable agriculture is of one of the ways INMED is breaking complex cycles of poverty by addressing the overlapping challenges of climate change adaptation, food security, malnutrition and economic development. Learn more at https://inmed.org/aquaponics. Read the article and share with someone who cares about climate change!

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