The proposed project aims to strengthen rural livelihoods, especially the rural residents, who have the natural-based livelihoods, to modernize their agriculture production systems and minimize environmental degradation and nonpoint source (NPS) pollution.
The proposed project will be implemented in five provinces and one municipality in the upper and middle reaches of the Yangtze River Basin including Yunnan, Sichuan, Guizhou, Chongqing, Hunan, and Hubei. The project area covers 48 counties, which are characterized by the prevalence of low and medium agriculture productivity; high risk and occurrence of soil erosion; high levels of agriculture NPS pollution; lack of irrigation systems; limited farm access roads; and are in need for modernization and were selected based on geographical, financial, environmental and social criteria.
The project will have three outputs:
These outputs will result in the following outcome: sustainable and modern agriculture production systems established in the participating project provinces. In summary, the project aims to improve environmental protection, rehabilitation, and management of the Yangtze River.
TA: Yangtze River Green Ecological Corridor Comprehensive Agriculture Development
Multi-Donor Trust Fund under the Water Financing Partnership Facility US$ 0.3
State Office for Comprehensive Agricultural Devt
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Xi Cheng District, Beijing 100820
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