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2013

Livestock and Market Development Programme II (Kyrgyzstan)

Kyrgyzstan

Titre : Livestock and Market Development Programme II (Kyrgyzstan)

Pays : Kyrgyzstan

Durée : 2013 - 2018

Institution initiatrice : International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Emprunteur : Kyrgyz Republic

Organisme d’exécution : Ministry of Agriculture and Melioration

Zone d’intervention : The programme area comprises three southern regions of the country – Batken, Jalal-abad and Osh. These regions are contiguous and additional to the regions covered in LMDP-I (Issyk-Kul and Naryn), and extend to the west, bordering with Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Together the three regions have a combined area of almost 80,000 square kilometres, and a total population of about 2.9 million. Livestock production is a central economic activity of the three provinces, which together account for 51 per cent of the nation’s cattle population, 47 per cent of its sheep and goat population, and 36 per cent of its horse population.

Groupes cibles : The programme target group comprises : * (a) Vulnerable households. These will primarily be the households of small livestock producers, who are among the poorer segments of the population and are susceptible to shocks and to the increased natural hazards and extreme events brought about by climate change.* (b) Woman-headed households. Due to the rise in the migration of men, woman-headed households are becoming increasingly prevalent. They are often constrained in terms of labour to manage their livestock and carry out basic agricultural activities.* (c) Other livestock producer households. These households are not generally classified as vulnerable but nevertheless form part of the programme’s target population.* (d) Community veterinarians. While community veterinarians represent only a small portion of the livestock producer community, they are an integral andimportant part of this community and will be the focus for many of the programme’s animal health and productive initiatives.

Objectifs
The programme’s goal is to contribute to the reduction in poverty and enhanced economic growth in pasture communities. Its development objective is improved livestock productivity and enhanced climate resilience of pasture communities reflected in improved and equitable returns to livestock farmer

Informations financières
Coût total du projet : US$ 39.5 million
Montant du prêt du FIDA : US$ 32.0 million
Republican Association of Pasture Users’ Unions : US$0.2 million
Contribution de l’emprunteur : US$0.3 million
Contribution des bénéficiaires : US$7.1 million

Présentation : IFAD

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