According to the bank document "the project is expected to run for three years and three months (April 2020-June 2023) and is comprised of two interrelated components as described below. Gender-specific activities are included in both project components which reflects number of women participation in the activities.
COMPONENT 1: Improving access to extension services through digital farmer training platform and establishment of farmer-led facilitators.
COMPONENT 2: Testing digital financial services model to improve the quality of farm inputs by financing farmers and leveraging an agri off-taker’s sourcing channels.
The project is currently partnering with one Fintech company who has a core business in agribusiness lending and already integrate their farmer financing scheme with fertilizer and farm input companies. The model will be gradually scaled overtime to other regions based on positive outcomes".
*There is no further information being disclosed at this stage of the project*
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