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Country Programming Framework- 2018

The priorities set in the NITI Aayog’s seven year National Development Agenda and the medium term Three Year Action Agenda as well as the Union Budget represent the key overarching framework for the agriculture sector.

CPF priority areas identified clearly support smallholders in developing productivity and competitiveness and in improving livelihood and reducing rural poverty for disadvantaged groups. Wherever relevant synergies will be created between the priority areas and the activities being implemented under each priority area.

 

 

Upcoming Meetings and Events

  • 10-11 July 2018, Lucknow: AFAOR to participate in review mission of UPWSRP for restructuring the project components.

  • 13 July 2018, Krishi Bhawan New Delhi: FAOR a.i., to share findings of FAO's study on grazing and post- harvest value chains in Odisha and Chhatisgarh for enhancing sustainable pulses and oilseed production and increasing farmer's incomes.