Resource Mobilization
Resource Mobilization fuels food security by granting farmers Access to local and global markets, Finance, Technology, and R&D, empowering them to cultivate sustainable growth
The Big Picture In Numbers
Of Global Agricultural Land
Recent statistics show that with an arable land area of 1.38 billion hectares, the OIC countries accounted for more than 25% of the world’s agricultural land area.
Reliance On Hand-tools
A staggering 75% of farmers in OIC countries still use hand tools, highlighting a significant technological gap and the need for modernization in the agricultural sector.
Population undernourished
A total of 176 million people in OIC countries are undernourished, and hence bring alarming bells for food un-security. Our strategies address this issue in impactful manner.
Key Trends In Resources Mobilization
The OIC countries' agricultural landscape is poised for transformation, with the right strategies and concerted efforts. Resource Mobilization holds the key to breaking down these barriers and nurturing an environment conducive to growth, progress, and sustainability. The analysis sets the stage for understanding the context within which the Resource Mobilization strategy will unfold—a context that demands collective action, innovative solutions, and a commitment to fostering resilient and thriving agricultural ecosystems.
Small farmers lack access to financial resources, limiting their ability to invest in modern equipment, technology, and infrastructure.
Financial Challenges
Inequitable distribution of profits within the agricultural supply chain favors middlemen, leaving small-scale farmers with minimal returns.
OIC country farmers face restricted access to both local and global markets, leading to lower crop prices and dependency on intermediaries.
Limited Market Access
Price Disparities
Taking Big Steps In Resources Mobilization Across OIC Countries
The agricultural landscape within the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) countries is marked by untapped potential and formidable challenges. Addressing these challenges and harnessing the inherent potential demands a strategic approach that unites diverse resources, promotes innovation, and propels agricultural growth. Resource Mobilization emerges as a pivotal pillar, offering a comprehensive strategy that encompasses vital aspects of market access, financial empowerment, technological integration, and research-driven innovation.
Access to Market
Direct access to local and global markets, bypassing middlemen, empowers farmers, ensures fair compensation, and revitalizes rural economies.
Access to Finance
Collaborative financial initiatives, microfinancing, and trade agreements unlock access to essential capital, fostering resilience and adaptability in agriculture.
Access to Technology
Modern technology integration, from drones to precision farming, enhances efficiency, scalability, and innovation, making farming more productive and sustainable.
Access to Research & Development
Investing in R&D, partnerships with experts, and indigenous knowledge integration drive innovation, improve crop yields, reduce waste, and build a resilient, sustainable agricultural sector.
Resource Mobilization
Objective Key Results (OKR) Methodology
This strategic approach ensures effective utilization of resources, promotes accountability, and facilitates the achievement of key objectives and measurable outcomes. Implementing the Objectives and Key Results (OKR) methodology within the context of IOFS's strategy can provide a structured approach to achieving its mission and objectives.
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