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Sviluppo inclusivo e sostenibile delle filiere agricole in Oromia e SNNPR - FAO

Ethiopie

Titre : Sviluppo inclusivo e sostenibile delle filiere agricole in Oromia e SNNPR - FAO

Pays : Ethiopie
Date/Durée : 2018 // 2021

Description
This initiative aims to contribute to the modernization of agriculture and the development of the agro-industrial sector in Ethiopia by sustainably improving the productivity and the quality standards of selected agricultural value chains in Oromia and Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR). The initiative targets strategic agricultural value chains in the Agro-Commodities Procurement Zones of two Integrated Agro-Industrial Parks : respectively wheat and processing tomato in Oromia, avocado and pineapple in SNNPR. These commodities have been prioritized by the Ethiopian Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, in consultation with the regional authorities, the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation, and FAO. The selection is based as well on the Feasibility Studies of the two Integrated Agro-Industrial Parks, which identified the most promising agri-value chains in the two procurement zones of the Parks. The initiative will be structured along six main components : 1) the capacity building of public and private actors along the value chains ; 2) the development of agro-infrastructure and rural connectivity ; 3) the improvement of access to credit and financial services for the selected value chains ; 4) gender ; 5) nutrition-sensitive agriculture ; and 6) the sustainable management of natural resources

Mise en œuvre : FAO - ORGANIZZAZIONE DELLE NAZIONI UNITE PER L’ALIMENTAZIONE E L’AGRICOLTURA

Financement : AICS - Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development (Government)
Budget : € 4,000,000

Agenzia Italiana per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo (AICS)

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