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KEYNOTE: APPLYING A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT 

THEME 1: REDUCING SYSTEMIC RISKS

Session 1.1: Increasing Climate Resilience and Agricultural Productivity through Highly-Accurate, Mobile Tropical Weather Forecasting
Session 1.2: Strengthening the Resilience of Smallholders in Northeast Nigeria: Agribusiness Market Optimization through a Private Sector Model
(FR) Session 1.3 : Atténuer les risques climatiques et protéger les investissements des petits exploitants agricoles au Sénégal: l’assurance indicielle comme stratégie de réduction des risques
(FR) Session 1.4 : Quand les satellites guident les éleveurs au Sahel – Leçons apprises sur le service GARBAL au Mali
Session 1.5: Reducing Systemic Risk through Blended Finance and Market Systems Development: Models from West Africa
Session 1.6: Mitigating the Risk of Lending to Agricultural Producers through Adaptive Loan Methodologies

THEME 2: IMPROVING NUTRITION, HEALTH AND ACCESS TO CLEAN WATER

(FR) Session 2.1 : Énergie renouvelable et technologie appropriée pour l’eau potable, la nutrition et la santé
Session 2.2: Achieving Nutrition Outcomes Through a Market Systems Approach: Lessons Learned from Burkina Faso
Session 2.3: Market-Driven Innovations: Turning Public Research Products Into Commercially Viable Businesses
Session 2.4: Nuestra Escuela: From Abandoned Lots to Lessons in Health
Session 2.5: Improving Nutrition in Kenya through Diversification for Nutrition and Enhanced Reliance (DiNER) Fairs
Session 2.6: Mainstreaming Health and Water-Sanitation Products in India’s Microfinance Sector

THEME 3: INCREASING INCLUSION IN COMMERCIAL MARKETS

Session 3.1: Tracking Systemic Change for Women and Youth: The Case of Uganda
Session 3.2: The Business of Inclusion: Can the Private Sector do the Right Thing and be Profitable?
Session 3.3: Bridging the Rural/Urban Gap: How Inclusive Business Models Can Feed Urban Consumers
Session 3.4: Exploring Sustained and Effective Female and Youth Participation in Nigerian Agriculture
Session 3.5: For Each According to their Ability: Meeting Farmers’ Finance Needs through Inclusive, Diversified Services
(FR) Session 3.6 : Intégrer les petits producteurs d'oignon dans les marchés commerciaux en utilisant une approche mixte

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