In the Rural Development Report released by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), it is indicated that institutional policies, investments, and reforms are the main factors that shall lead the rural transformation in India. According to the report, poverty in the Asia-Pacific region is a rural phenomenon. Depending on the rising trend of economic growth in the country alone would not be enough to eradicate poverty! It was further emphasized that the financial institutions should push forward financial resources that will bring social and economic transformation.
There are different schemes and initiatives taken by the government for the betterment of the farm sector in India. Some of them are, e-marketing of agricultural produce, soil health card, and Fasal Bima Yojna. In order to discover the right price of the sale of crops, the farmers are being introduced to Electronic National Agriculture Market (ENAM). The numbers of such marketplaces are expected to reach at 585 towards the end of the fiscal, while at present they are 200 in number. Farmers getting the right price for their produce will lead to enhancement of their living conditions. To bring food security, improvement in nutrition, as well as reducing poverty in the country, IFAD is consistent in taking actions!
Team Agrocorp is dedicated to increasing the rural investments, primarily concentrating on the agriculture sector in India. Our farms in Hindupur, Andhra Pradesh yield good produce, due to the favourable conditions of crop production and adequate resources. Given the high literacy rate in Andhra Pradesh in comparison to the National average, it is easy to find skilled manpower. Your investments with Agrocorp are risk-free and insured with consistent average returns on investment. Moreover, the investors enjoy the profit with the Agrocorp team in the ratio 70:30.
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