The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply (MAPA), the Brazilian Corporation of Agricultural Research (Embrapa) and the World Bank are working on mapping agricultural risks as well as public policies and programs focused on the management of these risks in Brazil. The aim of this work is to identify gaps and opportunities for improving policies to be adopted in the future.
The analysis will be developed from the perception of experts in various areas as to the severity and likelihood of phenomena that negatively impact agricultural production. These perceptions will be analyzed and compared with existing public policies and programs. This assessment will be used to define, from identified gaps, opportunities for improvement.
This event will be attended by approximately 100 experts, coming from MAPA, Embrapa, universities and the private sector, and will be organized in eight panels set according to the risk groups.