Sustainable Finance Advisor, CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)
Alberto Millan has more than ten years of experience harnessing science and finance to advance sustainable development. He focuses on building strategic partnerships with public and private investors and developing sustainable investment solutions to transform food systems. Prior to that, he worked as an agricultural specialist at the World Bank Global Food and Agriculture Practice in Washington DC, where he advised teams and clients on climate and agriculture finance. Previously, Alberto worked as an agriculture and financial inclusion expert for the UN, several NGOs and a development bank based out of Europe, Africa and Asia.
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Traditional development has often focused on single silo approaches, engaging in either social development, natural resources management or humanitarian assistance. Unfortunately, at times these mismatched objectives may not provide a clear ladder towards self-sufficiency for vulnerable populations.
Aligning these objectives together, through innovative financial mechanisms, will unlock new ways to fund holistic development approaches.
In this session, guest speakers will reflect on existing financing mechanisms and discuss what other innovative financing solutions are needed to align these objectives and incentives
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