Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS Jan 17, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Oct 5, 2020
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The three-year project (2019/20-2022/23) will focus on
Increasing farmer access to improved inputs
introduction of new Farmer financing and contracting solutions
improving the productivity of 15,000 smallholder farmers through agronomic training
building the business management capacity of malt barley aggregators
gender focused interventions
market impact: contributing to a process by which Ethiopian malt barley production meets the market demand at prices equal or lower than the imported malt barley from Europe (malt barley comparable in quality & price).
The objective of the project is to improve the quality and quantity of smallholder-based malt barley production.
The productivity of an estimated 15,000 smallholder farmers will be improved through agronomic training and the distribution of high yielding seed varieties and
other improved inputs. A program of assessments and training will build the business management capacity of this malt barley aggregators.
The project should result in an additional annual production of 40 000 metric tonns of malt barley for both food uses and further processing
No investment type available at the time of the snapshot
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