The PARFA Project intends to adequately address the sustainable growth challenge. The strategic focus is on innovation and improving inclusion in existing agricultural value chains in order to safeguard the Senegalese productive bases and ecosystem services (land, water, forest, etc.) while enhancing sustainability and improving resilience to climate variability of the agricultural production systems.
CIRCULAR ECONOMY APPROACH & TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGES
UNIDO’s approach to transformative changes, as defined by the GEF, is determined by the intentional changes carried out in agro-value chains, as ideal pathways to elicit transformative changes in the four economic systems (food system, energy system, urban system and the production and consumption system). These transformative changes are rooted in UNIDO’s Inclusive Sustainable Industrial Development (ISID) and apply the circular economy principles in which products are designed to be reused, remanufactured, up-cycled or recycled back into the production system.