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Livestock based livelihoods support programme – institutional component (West Bank and Gaza Strip)

Palestinian authority

Titre : Livestock based livelihoods support programme – institutional component (West Bank and Gaza Strip)

Pays : Palestinian authority

Localisation : West Bank and Gaza Strip (13 and 5 Governorates, respectively)

Code du projet : 302-119

Durée : 01/02/2013–31/01/2016

Présentation
• Coordination support to the relevant Ministry of Agriculture directorates and projects working on livestock issues • Support the MoA in developing a National Strategy for the Agriculture Sector from 2014 to 2016, and associated national programming • Review of the MoA’s capacities in regard to water management, feed management and information management systems ; and the Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) approach • Explore the feasibility of an agricultural insurance scheme to be introduced to the livestock sector • Establishment of an animal identification system in the West Bank and Gaza Strip • Formation of technical committees within the MoA, including : animal diversity and gene bank committee, and the animal improvement committee ; the DRR team ; and an animal identification system committee

Objectif  : To enhance public and private capacities and service delivery to encourage the economic development and improve resilience of female and male livestock holders – including the Bedouin communities

Agence d’exécution : FAO

Bénéficiaires : Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) including its local branches and departments, and other public bodies active in the livestock sector

Financement : EUR 3,450,000 (100% European Union contribution)

Document source : Union Européenne

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