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The memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Green Corporate Initiative and Organic Pakistan signifies a crucial step towards making Pakistan self-sufficient in food production.

The agreement signed on Monday (February 19) aims to revolutionise agriculture practices in the country, emphasizing sustainability and environmental conservation. By transitioning from food import dependency to self-sufficiency and even becoming a food-exporting nation, Pakistan aims to strengthen its agricultural sector and elevate the status of farmers in economic development.

The collaboration between Green Corporate Initiative and Organic Pakistan seeks to leverage strategic partnerships, knowledge exchange, and innovative initiatives to foster resilience, sustainability, and inclusivity within the agricultural sector. By combining their expertise, resources, and networks, these organizations aspire to create lasting impacts and empower communities across Pakistan.

The CEOs of both organisations expressed enthusiasm about the partnership and emphasized their commitment to driving smart sustainable development and environmental stewardship. Their goal is to harness the transformative power of agriculture to address pressing challenges and build a more resilient and prosperous future for Pakistan. Ultimately, they aim to empower the farmers of Pakistan and make them the custodians of the country’s prosperity.

Green Corporate Initiative focuses on ensuring food security and environmental stewardship, while Organic Pakistan is dedicated to advancing sustainable solutions in agriculture, food, health, and environmental security. Together, these organizations aim to cultivate a thriving food and agriculture industry that benefits growers, producers, and consumers alike.