Agricultural development is described as the process of creating the circumstances for agricultural potential to be realized. The accumulation of knowledge and the availability of technology, as well as the allocation of inputs and outputs, are among these conditions.
Agricultural development creates the right circumstances for farming so that crops may be planted, harvested, and processed efficiently, reducing poverty and saving lives. Pest control methods are used as part of agricultural growth.
In line with the priorities of India’s central and state governments, we focus on three strategic goals to enable India’s agricultural transformation and ensure that the transformation is inclusive:
• Increase agricultural productivity and household income for smallholder farmers.
• Enable equitable consumption of safe, affordable, and nutritious diets year-round.
• Advance women’s empowerment in the agricultural sector.
• With these goals in mind, we have three models of engagement:
• Advancing inclusive agricultural transformation in partnership with the central government and state governments, particularly in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and Odisha.
• Engaging in promising opportunities for state-to-state learning by testing innovative technologies, tools, systems, and approaches.
• Providing responsive and targeted regional support to further inclusive agricultural transformation across the region.