According to the ADB, the proposed project is aligned with the following impact: technologies harnessed for higher agricultural productivity and profitability. The project will have following outcome: industry responsiveness of advanced agricultural tertiary education and research enhanced. With BAU as a center of excellence, the project aims to accelerate agricultural technology adoption, increase job-ready graduates for private sector, and develop agricultural entrepreneurs with emphasis on providing safe and more inclusive learning environments for women. The project will also provide capacity development opportunities and competitive research grant to other universities through University Grants Commission.
The ADB categorized the project as follows:
ADB Team Leader:
Ryotaro Hayashi - Social Sector Economist
No contacts provided at the time of disclosure.
Executing Agency - Ministry of Education:
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