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Emergency Livestock Feed Access Project (Burkina Faso)

Burkina Faso

Titre : Emergency Livestock Feed Access Project (Burkina Faso)

Numéro de projet : P143192

Date d’approbation : January 31, 2013
Date de clôture : June 30, 2015

Pays : Burkina Faso

Emprunteur  : MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE

Mise en œuvre : MINISTRY OF LIVESTOCK RESOURCES

Project Development Objectives
The grant development objective is to increase access to livestock feed and health services to small-scale livestock keepers living in pastoral and agro-pastoral zones with substantial risk of livestock output reduction in 2012. _ At the end of the project, the 16 000 beneficiary households are expected to have survived feed shortage using feed supplements and making greater and more innovative use of crops residues in animal feeding, thereby preserving their livestock-based livelihood. The beneficiary households are also expected to come out of the crisis with healthier animals. Overall, project interventions are expected to help maintain herd size, diet diversity and purchasing power of targeted livestock breeders across the country.

The Project will be implemented through the existing Project Coordination Unit of the IDA-financed Agricultural Productivity and Food Security Project, which has adequate technical and fiduciary capacity to implement proposed activities. These activities are organized in four components aimed to : (i) improve access to animal feed concentrates, supplements and health products (52% of total financing) ; (ii) improve use of bulk livestock feed through the use of innovative crop residues shredders (29%) ; (iii) provide accurate and timely information on the extent of the crisis and existing mitigation measures (5%) ; and (iv) ensure effective project coordination, management, monitoring and evaluation and knowledge dissemination (13%).

Montant total du projet : US$ 2.85 million

Banque Mondiale

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