Pakistan: Climate smart technologies for horticulture and livestock – Executive Summary

Many climate-smart technologies exist in Pakistan to help farmers adapt to climate change. These include commercially available technologies and those developed locally. Various factors hinder their uptake, limiting climate resilience.

This report provides an inventory of available technologies and their suppliers in Pakistan. With a focus on the horticulture and livestock sectors in Balochistan and Sindh, the publication offers recommendations to improve climate technology uptake and enable more regenerative agriculture.

The report highlights that women lack access to climate-smart technologies, skills and land, and work mainly in labour-intensive roles. Yet there are cases of successful women in agribusiness.