The IFC GAS (Growing Agriculture Supply) Angola Project aims to promote the growth of the agriculture production in Angola. The goal of this project is to unlock constraints for specific companies with potential IFC investments. These operate in the poultry, coffee and fruit sectors in Angola. This will allow them increase in productivity and generate export goods while facilitating investment opportunities for IFC in the country. These three sectors have been identified as strategic in the diversification of Angola's economy, during the IFC Upstream workshop.
By the end of the project, IFC aims to achieve this through two measurable objectives:
• Objective 1: Supply chain support - poultry, grain for feed, and coffee
- Launch a commercially viable feed market
- Establishment of integrated poultry operations
- Contribute to improve parts of the coffee industry
• Objective 2: Increase food safety standards in order to unlock export potential in tropical fruit
- Build capacity of local expertise
- Provide food safety advisory to tropical fruit clients.
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