According to the bank document, "this project is to provide access to Ag Tech innovations to smallholder farmers in up to three agriculture subsectors in Vietnam (rice, coffee, black pepper, fruits, or cocoa) to improve their overall agri production practices and sustainability standards. By the end of the project, a commercially viable model for delivery of Ag Tech service package to smallholder farmers will have been created, and smallholder farmers will be using these service packages."
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