Dissemination workshops were organized in Bishkek, Astana, and Dushanbe in June to present the findings of the Central Asia agriculture risk and solutions assessments that have been conducted over the past two years.
The risk assessments looked at production, market and enabling environment risks to the crop and livestock sectors in the three countries and assessed potential risk management instruments to address the main risks. For all three countries, the main recommended responses were to improve productivity and to diversify production and/or markets and to deepen existing markets to strengthen resilience among producers and make market access more reliable. The three reports will be published sometime early fall 2015. >>Learn More.