Concave AGRI (Pvt.) Ltd. partners with Cyntax Health Projects (Pvt.) Ltd. to combat gender inequality in the agricultural ecosphere of Pakistan. Concave AGRI’s efforts in this regard will materialize under its Climate Care initiative, which focuses on the global impact of climate change on the agriculture sector and works towards eradicating the challenges posed by climate change. This collaboration will result in the creation of both, technical and non-technical solutions for determining priorities and formulating policies for gender-inclusive climate safety action, climate-smart technologies and practices, low-emissions development, climate services and safety nets, gender and social inclusion, and procedures for scaling up climate-smart agriculture for women.
Concave AGRI focuses on offering technology-integrated precision agriculture consultancy and services across Pakistan’s agricultural value chain. It is a leading agritech company that functions to promote and boost the agriculture sector of Pakistan. Concave AGRI provides an end-to-end user experience across the entire agricultural ecosystem, from growing to harvesting and post-harvesting, by employing a holistic approach.
Cyntax Health Projects is a corporate organization aimed to serve as a research and business partner for delivering value-based solutions by providing innovative development and commercialization ideas based on particular challenges in healthcare, education, and pharmaceuticals. Cyntax Health Projects is the first female pharmacist-led contract research organization to be registered with DRAP.
The partnership between Concave AGRI and Cyntax Health Projects would contribute towards Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No. 5, which is achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls, as well as Goal No. 13, which is to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
Prof. Dr. Madeeha Malik, CEO of Cyntax Health Projects, and Mr. Ali Iqbal, president of Concave AGRI, signed the MoU. Mr. Ather Imran, CEO of Sybrid, praised both organizations’ efforts to include gender perspectives and include women as change agents in agricultural and climate action initiatives.