Commitments to action

E-commerce Platform Channels, the Solar Flares and the Food Crops

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Creation of new Innovative ideologies product solution based on the subject areas and the conceptual frameworks of the solar flares and the effects of the solar flares on the food crops and the food value chains.

Creation of new e-commerce platform channels for the objective of enabling the marketing of the food crops via the food systems and the food value chains.

Constituency

Other

Action Area(s)

Advance Equitable Livelihoods, Decent Work, & Empowered Communities

Location

Global

Key contact

Ashwini Sathnur, United Nations World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator
[email protected]

Keywords

Solar flares
Food crops
E-commerce platform channels

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