Risk management

People at the center

Climate change, dwindling natural resources, and market uncertainties are significant risk factors affecting all stakeholders in the agricultural sector. Numerous risk management strategies exist, and the choice of tools will depend on the type of risk, tool availability, and the level of responsibility assumed by the involved parties. Examples of potential actions include adopting climate-smart farming practices, diversification, utilizing various forms of insurance, and implementing social protection measures.

We are eager to collaborate with you in your endeavours to prevent and control risk factors.

Moreover, farmers and livestock breeders face considerable economic and health risks from transmissible animal diseases and pests. The COVID-19 pandemic showed how vulnerable we are to emerging diseases, highlighting the need for proactive measures worldwide. Given that 70% of emerging diseases originate in animals, the “One Health” approach advocates for an integrated, systemic, and unified approach to public, animal, and environmental health, enhancing our ability to effectively prevent and address diseases.

We have extensive experience in this field.