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2012

Programme for increase of agricultural production by the improvement of productivity (Phase III) in Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Titre : Programme for increase of agricultural production by the improvement of productivity (Phase III) in Afghanistan

Code du projet : OSRO/AFG/201/JPN

Pays : Afghanistan

Localisation : Badakshan, Badghis, Baghlan, Bamyan, Ghor, Jawjzan, Khost, Laghman, Logar, Nangarhar, Nuristan and Takhar provinces

Durée : 01/08/2012-30/09/2014

Objectif
To contribute to the improvement of food security for targeted vulnerable farming households whose food security was threatened by low agricultural productivity, natural disasters and conflict.

Activités
* Provided 75 972 households with 50 kg of certified wheat seed and 25 kg of fertilizer to cultivate irrigated or rainfed wheat in the autumn 2012 and/or spring 2013 planting seasons.
* Provided 15 000 households with 50 kg of wheat seed, 100 kg of fertilizer, vegetable seed sachets and hand tools.
* Distributed 25 kg of fertilizer to 2 500 households to support irrigated wheat production during the autumn 2013 season.
* Provided 7 000 households with 25 kg of certified wheat seed and 75 kg of fertilizer, and 4 000 households with vegetable seeds and hand tools for the spring 2014 planting season.
*Conducted three rounds of training on wheat and vegetable production, pests and diseases and post-harvest management (87 403 beneficiaries in the first round, 72 991 in the second round and 66 979 in the third round).

Partenaires : Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) ; Provincial Departments of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (DAIL) ; and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs).

Organisations des Nations Unies : FAO

Donneur : Japan
Contribution : USD 11 252 546

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