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2010

Agricultural Value Chain Development Programme in the Mountain Zones of Taza Province

Maroc

Titre : Agricultural Value Chain Development Programme in the Mountain Zones of Taza Province

Pays : Maroc

Approval date : 15/12/2010

Organisme d’exécution : Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Fisheries

Initiating institution : International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Finalité et objectifs
The programme will target about 48,000 poor rural people - smallholders, landless farmers, rural women and unemployed young people..
The programme’s objective is to reduce poverty among poor rural communities through sustainable income growth and improved management of the natural resources.
The programme will focus on : diversifying agricultural activities through the promotion of adapted agricultural commodities ; enhancing value of their products at the farm level through processing, packaging and direct access to profitable markets ; ensuring the sustainability of investments by supporting cross-cutting activities
The programme is in line with the objectives of IFAD’s country strategic opportunities programme (COSOP) for Morocco, namely to : strengthen participation of rural communities in the development process ; promote access by poor rural people, particularly women and young people, to sustainable and adapted financial services ; promote access to water and improved agricultural techniques

Informations financières
Approved IFAD loan : US$22.5 million
Approved IFAD grant : US$500,000
Contribution of borrower : US$12.9 million
Contribution of beneficiaries : US$3.4 million
Total programme cost : US$39.2 million

Présentation : IFAD

President’s report - Proposed loan and grant to the Kingdom of Morocco for the Agricultural Value Chain Development Programme in the Mountain Zones of Taza Province

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