Private Sector’s Role in Water Issues within Developing Countries – UNU-INWEH

Listen to Richard Thomas, Assistant Director of United Nations University Think Tank on Water (UNU-INWEH – http://inweh.unu.edu/) explain the role the private sector can play in helping to add value to local producers and rural communities’ agriculture through processing, marketing, business education, capacity building and innovation, shared technologies and practices.

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