How can smallholder farmers in the developing world survive COVID-19?

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The world’s “small farms” keep our corner stores stocked – and they’re being crushed by COVID-19.

But the smart application of technology can help us respond to a potential food production crisis.

Kindra Halvorson is Chief Transformation Officer at Technoserve, a nonprofit supporting farmers and entrepreneurs to develop sustainable businesses. In this new Unmasked Interview, she explains how a coordinated response from donors, corporates, and governments can revitalize small agricultural businesses after the pandemic.

 

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Kindra Halvorson

Chief Transformation Officer, TechnoServe

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