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Up-skilling human capital for value-chain competitiveness in Uruguay

Country investment highlights 5

Corporate Author:
World Bank , Food and Agriculture Organization FAO Investment Centre
Katie Freeman

Investing in farmers - or agriculture human capital is crucial to addressing challenges in our global agri-food systems, from sustainably feeding the world's growing population with food that is safe, healthy and nutritious to finding innovative solutions for more resilient and climate-smart agriculture.Up-skilling human capital for value-chain competitiveness in Uruguay was developed by the FAO Investment Centre and the World Bank, with the objective to identify ways to upskill human capital and make Uruguayan agricultural value-chains more competitive. This publication looks at opportunities to increase key value chain efficiency and at the skills that are required to seize such opportunities. It identifies ways to develop human capital through training agricultural professionals, including researchers, agronomists and technicians to lead the next generation of technology and innovation-driven agribusinesses. It suggests options for fostering a process of continuous development and upskilling in the agricultural sector in Uruguay.This publication is part of the Country Investment Highlights series under the FAO Investment Centre's Knowledge for Investment (K4I) programme

Extent xx, 112p. ISBN 9789251350416
Size N/A Price £71.95
Format Paperback Published 30 Mar 2022
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