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PepsiCo Foundation, CARE bring global women farmer programme to Bengal

The programme 'She Feeds the World' focuses on strengthening the role of small-scale women producers across three dimensions: economic, social and environmental

Ishita Ayan Dutt Kolkata
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PepsiCo Foundation and CARE on Tuesday announced the expansion of their global ‘She Feeds the World’ programme to India in West Bengal, home to the company’s first food factory in the country.
The programme ‘She Feeds the World’ focuses on strengthening the role of small-scale women producers across three dimensions: economic, social and environmental.
At the economic level, it would build capabilities for the small-scale farmers; socially, the project aims to promote equitable access to knowledge, resources and inclusive markets and from an environmental perspective, it would tackle soil, water, biodiversity and carbon footprint issues.
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First Published: Jan 24 2023 | 7:53 PM IST

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