World Dairy Summit 2022: Theme, Date, Registration, Host country and more

Publish Date: 12 Sep, 2022 |

IDF World Dairy Summit 2022: On September 12, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially launched the International Dairy Federation World Dairy Summit (IDF WDS) 2022. The summit will be held for four days from September 12 to September 15 at the India Expo Centre & Mart in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The World Dairy Summit 2022 will bring together leaders, professionals, farmers, and policymakers from the international and Indian dairy industries. The World Dairy Summit 2022 is anticipated to draw about 1500 delegates from 50 different nations.

World Dairy Summit 2022 theme

The theme of IDF World Dairy Summit 2022 is ‘Dairy for Nutrition and Livelihood’. The theme highlights that the Indian Dairy industry is unique in the sense that it is based on a cooperative model that empowers the small and marginal farmers, particularly the women in the country.

IDF World Dairy Summit 2022 Date

World Dairy Summit 2022 will be organized between September 12 to September 15, 2022, at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

World Dairy Summit 2022 Host country

World Dairy Summit 2022 is being hosted by India. The country got the opportunity to host the event after a long gap of 48 years as the last time it hosted the World Dairy Summit was in the year 1974. During the event, India will showcase its transformational journey through unique smallholder dairying primarily based on the cooperative strategy.

World Dairy Summit 2022: Dairy Industry in India

The Indian dairy industry is distinctive because it is built on a cooperative model that gives small and marginal dairy producers, especially women, more authority. The World Dairy Summit 2022 will feature a presentation on the Indian dairy industry's success in empowering more than 8 crore dairy farmers, which was made possible by the government of India's numerous initiatives for the improvement of the dairy industry, driven by Prime Minister Modi's vision. Over the past eight years, milk production has increased by more than 44 percent. The event will further aid farmers' exposure to international best practises.



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