The white gold revolution

The dairy industry in Bangladesh is transforming with the economic growth and the demand of a growing population. The dairy production in Bangladesh largely depends on the smallholders, engaged in subsistence farming. They can hardly supply quality and quantity of milk to meet the demand of the dairy industry.

Solidaridad’s SaFaL programme is supporting 18,078 smallholders (89% women) to improve their farm productivity and supply quality milk through the adoption and adaptation of sustainable practices. SaFaL has successfully demonstrated better productivity of the dairy farmers through the adoption of technologies and linkages with the market actors.

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