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Sustainable Sourcing at Scale Partnership - Andhra Pradesh

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    The Sustainable Sourcing at Scale partnership has been launched in Andhra Pradesh, India, as a regional public-private coalition for sustainable landscape governance and climate resilient farming with smallholder tribal farmers in Paderu, Alluri Sitharamaraju district of the state.

    IDH – The Sustainable Trade Initiative has been working in the hilly region of Paderu jurisdiction in Alluri Sitharamaraju district district of Andhra Pradesh, alongside smallholder tribal farmers. The region and these farmers produce Arabica coffee, black pepper and turmeric as IDH works to increase and improve the adoption of sustainable agriculture practices, preservation of agroforestry, enhancing yield quality and increasing market access.

    IDH is working, backed by funding support from Partnerships for Growth (P4G) and in partnership with the Andhra Pradesh government-owned non-profit Rythu Sadhikara Samstha (RySS), to establish a regional public-private coalition for sustainable landscape governance. The “Compact”, with a mandate to work on forest, agriculture, and environmental protection will serve as a roadmap to the sustainable development of the Paderu landscape. The multi-stakeholder coalition will eventually outline common sustainability priorities, collaborate on reaching targets, and continuously improve the base sustainability of the Paderu jurisdiction.

    The Sustainable Sourcing at Scale partnership has been launched in Andhra Pradesh, India, as a regional public-private coalition for sustainable landscape governance and climate resilient farming with smallholder tribal farmers in Paderu, Alluri Sitharamaraju district of the state.

    IDH – The Sustainable Trade Initiative has been working in the hilly region of Paderu jurisdiction in Alluri Sitharamaraju district district of Andhra Pradesh, alongside smallholder tribal farmers. The region and these farmers produce Arabica coffee, black pepper and turmeric as IDH works to increase and improve the adoption of sustainable agriculture practices, preservation of agroforestry, enhancing yield quality and increasing market access.

    IDH is working, backed by funding support from Partnerships for Growth (P4G) and in partnership with the Andhra Pradesh government-owned non-profit Rythu Sadhikara Samstha (RySS), to establish a regional public-private coalition for sustainable landscape governance. The “Compact”, with a mandate to work on forest, agriculture, and environmental protection will serve as a roadmap to the sustainable development of the Paderu landscape. The multi-stakeholder coalition will eventually outline common sustainability priorities, collaborate on reaching targets, and continuously improve the base sustainability of the Paderu jurisdiction.

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