According to ADB documents:
The program aims to increase the competitiveness and inclusiveness of the agriculture sector by
(i) implementing agricultural trade policy and regulatory reforms,
(ii) enhancing public services and finance for the sector, and
(iii) increasing social protection to rural families who may be affected by the reforms. The program supports the government’s efforts to expand economic opportunities in agriculture, forestry, and fisheries, and ensure near- to long-term food security which the government considers as one of the key drivers for post-pandemic recovery.
ADB Project Officer
Southeast Asia Department
Project contact not available at the time of disclosure.
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