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Pastoral Community Development Project III (Ethiopia)

Ethiopie

Titre : Pastoral Community Development Project III (Ethiopia)

Numéro de projet : P130276

Durée : December 12, 2013 // December 31, 2018

Pays : Ethiopie

Emprunteur  : FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA

Mise en œuvre : MINISTRY OF FEDERAL AFFAIRS

Objectif
The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia.

Présentation
There are four components to the project.
* The first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components : (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning.
* The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation.
* The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components : (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning.
* Finally, the fourth component is the project management and monitoring and evaluation

Montant total du projet : US$ 210.20 million

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