The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) hosted the first-ever ‘Modernising Agriculture through Innovative Technologies Conference 2020’ in Islamabad here on Tuesday. The event showcased the transformational affect of the US-Pakistan partnership to advance agricultural commercialization in Pakistan through strategic partnerships with 30 dynamic agricultural technologies businesses.

The convention is part of USAID’s four-year Pakistan Agricultural Technology Transfer Activity (PATTA). This initiative allows the personal sector to offer Pakistani farmers get entry to to cutting edge agricultural merchandise and management practices, which reinforce productivity and improve competitiveness.

One of the essential highlights of the conference was the disclosing of PATTA’s ‘Agri-Tech Hub’ – a collection of pioneering agricultural applied sciences and gear being promoted by the challenge and its agribusiness partners. Key agriculture sector stakeholders additionally held a panel dialogue on the potential of private sector agri-tech investments to change into Pakistani agriculture, create jobs, inspire adoption of agricultural innovations, reduce prices, and clear up problems for farmers and growers.

Joint Secretary, Ministry for National Food Security and Research Dr. Muhammad Khurshid praised USAID for empowering farmers to boost their earning and to support meals safety. He additionally applauded the project’s partners for becoming a member of arms with the United States to deliver vitality to Pakistan’s agriculture sector, and lengthen advancements in agri-tech to rural farmers in remote districts where awareness of such technologies has been restricted.

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) hosted the first-ever ‘Modernising Agriculture through Innovative Technologies Conference 2020’ in Islamabad here on Tuesday. The event showcased the transformational affect of the US-Pakistan partnership to advance agricultural commercialization in Pakistan through strategic partnerships with 30 dynamic agricultural technologies businesses.

The convention is part of USAID’s four-year Pakistan Agricultural Technology Transfer Activity (PATTA). This initiative allows the personal sector to offer Pakistani farmers get entry to to cutting edge agricultural merchandise and management practices, which reinforce productivity and improve competitiveness.

One of the essential highlights of the conference was the disclosing of PATTA’s ‘Agri-Tech Hub’ – a collection of pioneering agricultural applied sciences and gear being promoted by the challenge and its agribusiness partners. Key agriculture sector stakeholders additionally held a panel dialogue on the potential of private sector agri-tech investments to change into Pakistani agriculture, create jobs, inspire adoption of agricultural innovations, reduce prices, and clear up problems for farmers and growers.

Joint Secretary, Ministry for National Food Security and Research Dr. Muhammad Khurshid praised USAID for empowering farmers to boost their earning and to support meals safety. He additionally applauded the project’s partners for becoming a member of arms with the United States to deliver vitality to Pakistan’s agriculture sector, and lengthen advancements in agri-tech to rural farmers in remote districts where awareness of such technologies has been restricted.

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