Dvara E-Registry wins “Smarter Climate Farmers Challenge”

Dvara E-registry has been selected as the winner of the Smarter Climate Farmers Challenge organized by the World Economic Forum’s open innovation platform UpLink.  A media statement said UpLink’s Smarter Climate Farmers Challenge program was launched to address the pressing agricultural challenges of our time by seeking innovative solutions in the areas of knowledge improvement, resource efficiency and sustainability, inclusive technology, and innovative financing.  246 participants from various parts of the world came to this year’s challenge.  It noted that the choice was carefully made and looked at various aspects such as the viability of the business model, the progress and efficiency of the solution, the composition and management of the team, the commitment to gender balance, and the possible socio-economic and potential. environmental effects. special emphasis is placed on scalability, deployability, and versatility.    

Digital solutions award   

 Quoting Tharakeswar Ganta, Founder and Head of Financial Products, Dvara e-Registry, the statement said, “It is an honor to be recognized as a Leading Innovator by the World Economic Forum and UpLink. Uplink provides us with a platform to connect with other innovators around the world and showcase our solutions to global players. This recognition is not only a recognition of our work but also demonstrates the potential impact of our digital solutions on the agricultural sector worldwide. We wish to take advantage of the many opportunities this network offers to strengthen our contribution to the farming community.   Dvara E-Registry is an ag-fintech startup creating a digital platform to improve access to agricultural services, both financial and advisory, for all stakeholders in the agricultural value chain.  Dvara’s e-registry has advanced to help farmers access critical services, improve their livelihoods, and promote the adoption of environmentally friendly farming techniques.  The initiative has so far impacted over 61,000 farmers in 2,500 villages and partnered with over 200 FPOs across 12 states, the statement said.

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