MSC understands that if we are to achieve universal financial, social, and economic inclusion, we must integrate considerations of climate change in the design principles of development interventions. Our work in this sector involves expertise and a sharp focus on support in terms of supply- and demand-side solutions, and drive for behavioral change among people to build their capacity for adaptation and resilience toward climate change.
MSC relies on its expertise in inclusive digital finance to offer financing solutions toward disaster resilience and recovery, provide universal access to clean energy, and drive MSMEs to adopt sustainable production systems.
MSC works with stakeholders in sectors, such as agriculture, microenterprise, and financial services to develop their understanding of the impact of climate change on their livelihoods and businesses. MSC also offers advisory services to these stakeholders for developing climate-smart and climate-resilient policies and strategies.
MSC invites technology-enabled startups, venture funds, and NGOs working at the intersection of climate change and agriculture to become a member of the India climate change virtual breakfast club. The club offers an interactive platform for promising AgTech startups that seek to upscale their models and strengthen smallholder farmers’ climate resilience. Learn more here! You can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A consultative review of the program that drives financial access to MSMEs in the clean energy sector
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