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Tagged in Agriculture, event, inclusivefinance, learning, nontraditionalfinance, smallholders
Hosted by MEDA INNOVATE, this learning event showcased lessons and partner journeys on learning, testing and documenting how non-traditional finance can support smallholder producers to uptake agricultural innovations and technologies in Kenya and Rwanda. The learning event also aimed to stimulate dialogue and discussion around the MEDA INNOVATE learning agenda on relevant themes and topics for the region with special focus on non-traditional financing models, gender and women's economic empowerment. Speakers included Calvin Miller and INNOVATE partners Bidhaa Sasa, Dodore Kenya Ltd., and World Relief Rwanda. This side learning event was held on September 30 before the AFRACA International Conference on Best Practices in Rural and Agricultural Finance Oct 1-3 in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies.