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Senegal Sustainable and Inclusive Agribusiness Project

Senegal

Titre : Senegal Sustainable and Inclusive Agribusiness Project

Numéro de projet : P124018

Date d’approbation : December 19, 2013
Date de clôture : December 31, 2019

Pays : Sénégal

Emprunteur  : MINISTRY OF FINANCE
Mise en œuvre : MINISTRY OF FINANCE

Objectif
The development objective of the Sustainable and Inclusive Agribusiness Project for Senegal is to develop inclusive commercial agriculture and sustainable land management in project areas.

Présentation
The project has three components : * The first component is support to sector actors. This component will support up to nine rural communities in Northern Senegal (Saint Louis and Louga regions) through technical assistance to ensure that land user rights are allocated to private operators in an inclusive and sustainable way, benefiting the broader community. It has following three sub-components : (i) improved rural communities and small-scale farmers’ capacity ; (ii) improved selected key stakeholders’ capacity ; and (iii) support to the land management process. * The second component is development of irrigation infrastructure and sustainable natural resources management. This component will finance public irrigation infrastructure in the Ngalam valley and around Lac de Guiers. It will provide matching grants to small-scale farmers and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) for the establishment of tertiary irrigation systems as well as inputs packages for smallholders. It has following three sub-components : (i) irrigation infrastructure and water resources management in the project areas ; (ii) matching grants ; and (iii) sustainable management of classified forests and natural reserves. * The third component is project coordination, management, communication, monitoring and evaluation. It has following three sub-components : (a) coordination and project management ; (b) impact monitoring and evaluation ; and (c) communication

Montant total du projet : US$ 80.00 million

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