Financial Services for Climate-Resilient Value Chains: The case of the Centenary Bank in Uganda
This briefing note presents the results of case study research on financial services and climate risk management along agricultural value chains, focusing on the Centenary Bank’s services to rice value chain actors in Eastern Uganda.
The note discusses the need for climate risk management (CRM) along agricultural value chains, the role of financial services in enabling CRM by value chain actors, and practical options for financial service providers to realize their potential in this area. It also provides recommended areas of action for researchers and practitioners to move forward on financial services for CRM.
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