Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS Jan 17, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Oct 12, 2020
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The Project goal is to unlock the potential of the Pakistani dairy industry to attract investments by facilitating a favorable regulatory environment and by creating awareness about the advantages and nutritional value of packaged milk products, thus promoting the general population`s access to high quality, healthy and nutritious dairy products.
The project also aims to support Pakistani dairy industry stakeholders in designing and implementing a pilot School Milk Program (SMP). The objective of this pilot is to develop and validate a sustainable partnership model between the private sector and the Government of Pakistan (GoP), and to demonstrate how the GoP can achieve its strategic priorities related to improving the livelihood of small farmers and the health of the general population by developing human capital.
It is expected that the Project will build up the capacity of the Pakistan Dairy Association and its members on promoting improvements in regulations and in
government policies for the dairy industry. In order to achieve this, the Project will conduct a diagnostic of the regulatory and policy issues obstructing the
development of the industry and it will hold a series of meetings and workshops with industry stakeholders in order to build up their capacity on working with the
government on addressing these issues.
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