In this video Renée Chao-Beroff, Director, Microfinance Department, CIDR; General Manager, Pamiga tells that agricultural microfinance has developed despite the challenges that it faces. She explains the rise in demand for agriculture products especially in the emerging markets and how the rural population are mitigating risks through diversifying their produce. She adds that new actors, new opportunities and new behavious in the rural areas have a profound impact on poor people’s access to finance.This changed environment establishes more stability to the agriculture practice thereby facilititating the need for agriculture credit.

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