IFC, a member of the
goods operations into new market categories and create more opportunities for small farmers to enhance productivity and earn better incomes.
BIDCO is a top-ranking Agribusiness player in
Inclusive growth and sustainability programs are the foundation of BIDCO's business strategy. The company has over 30,000 farmers registered on its rolls, with about 10,000 farmers selling their oil seeds and produce to the company. These farmers are given training and assistance to enhance their productivity. At the other end of the value chain, Bidco promotes entrepreneurship and growth among small and large retailers, traders, suppliers and distributors with cashless trading facility and using technology for supply management that ensures quick deliveries. BIDCO also has a strong corporate social responsibility program. It provides free food and hygiene products to various charities all through the year; sponsors education for girls and actively participates in community programs through its peer educators' group.
Bidco's Executive Director,
Agribusiness is a strategic priority for the IFC in light of the growing challenges of food security in
IFC is expanding efforts to support agribusinesses through increased investments combined with advisory services. In its fiscal year ending
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