Food silos are crucial for natural disaster-prone Bangladesh to keep stocks safe from water and other threats. They needed finance at first.
The world’s fourth-biggest producer of rice, Bangladesh uses almost all of its production to feed its population of 160 million, and often needs imports to cope with Mythical maids shortages caused by natural calamities such as floods or droughts.
Bangladesh imports around 4.5 million tonnes of wheat a year to meet growing demand, while the country’s output has stagnated at about 1 million tonnes. (Reporting by Ruma Paul; Editing by Mark Potter)