According to the bank's website, the project aims to "reach 2,000 farmers (direct) by 2021 across all interventions through the following specific objectives: (1) Increase cultivation of SRP rice and access to improved quality seed, enhance business management skill and financial literacy, and develop product traceability; (2) Improve farmer groups/cooperatives capacity; (3) Improve AMRU Rice access to export and retail markets through introduction of Food Safety certifications including IFS Foods Standard and HACCP, and Halal certifications; and (4) develop and implement comprehensive Group-level Integrated EHS (Environment, Health and Safety) Management Systems."
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