Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Oct 23, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Jun 24, 2020
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According to the bank's website, "The Coffee and Agroforestry Livelihood Improvement Project is an innovative project to improve the livelihoods of Timor-Leste's coffee farmers. The project will underpin implementation of Timor-Leste's new Coffee Sector Development Plan and pilot a new model for delivering training to 2,000 coffee farming households in the Aileu, Ainaro, Bobonaro, Ermera, Liquica, and Manufahi municipalities. These households will receive training on good agricultural practices for production of coffee and related crops and assistance with access to finance. The project will also strengthen industry management and support initiatives to improve coffee quality and linkages with key markets. The project will support Timor-Leste's post COVID-19 economic recovery by helping to improve rural livelihoods. The project is aligned with the ADB Strategy 2030 operational priorities of addressing remaining poverty and reducing inequalities, and promoting rural development and food security."
Responsible ADB Officer Stefania Dina
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Timor-Leste Resident Mission
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
Comoro, Dili, Timor-Leste
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