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2020

Projet de développement de la pisciculture pour la sécurité alimentaire et la création d’emplois et d’opportunités d’entreprenariat jeunes et femmes au Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso

Titre : Projet de développement de la pisciculture pour la sécurité alimentaire et la création d’emplois et d’opportunités d’entreprenariat jeunes et femmes au Burkina Faso

Pays/Région : Burkina Faso

IATI Identifiant  : XM-DAC-7-PPR-4000004146

Durée : Planned start date : September 1, 2020 // Planned end date : August 31, 2026

Description
The main objective of this Project is to improve the food and nutritional security of the populations in the targets zones in the North, Center North, Sahel and East regions through the development of a sustainable and opportunity-driven fisheries sector especially for young people and women.

Objectifs
The goal or the ultimate objective of the project (or long-term impact) is formulated as follows : " The food and nutritional security of the targets zones’ populations (in the North, Center North, Sahel and East regions) is improved through the development of a sustainable and opportunitydriven fisheries sector especially for young people and women” To achieve this result, the project will promote and support the development of a robust, resilient and profitable entrepreneurial and family fish farming model. The model promoted by the project is largely oriented towards satisfying household food needs with a dimension of commercialization of surpluses to generate revenues and purchase the necessary inputs.

Regarding the specific objectives (OS), the project will have three for the target zones :
* Specific Objective OS1 : Availability of quality fish is increased through an entrepreneurial fish value chain providing employment and income particularly for young people and women. OS1 - Intermediate result 1.1 : Stakeholders and especially young people and women undertake fish farming on the basis of reliable economics opportunities. OS1 - Intermediate result 1.2 : Reliable and profitable business models are adopted by a large number of stakeholders all along the fish value chain.
* Specific objective OS2 : Access to and use of diversified foods is increased at the household level through the increase of family/collective production, income and changes of dietary habits. OS2 - Intermediate result 2.1 : Family and community-based fish farming increases the selfconsumption of fish and the incomes of the households. OS2 - Intermediate result 2.2 : Households adopt a diversified diet based on fish products and nutritious foods locally available.
* Specific objective OS3 : Sustainable growth and resilience of the sector (stability) are supported by services, policies and programs and appropriate governance mechanisms (public and private). OS3 - Intermediate result 3.1 : Support services are available, accessible and actively support the development of fish farming. OS3 - Intermediate result 3.2 : Policy and institutional frameworks are conducive and actively support the development of the fisheries sector.

Mise en oeuvre  : ICCO Cooperation

Budget  : €17.08 mln

Présentation

Objectives / Purpose of activity (pdf)

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