The project aims to provide targeted training for farmers on better management of cooperatives and aware-ness building on the productivity of labour with a view to boost sector competitiveness. The project will have two components, (i) to build the capacities of 45 cooperatives and 2430 farmers involved in the cultivation of palm oil, banana, tomato, cassava and chilli; and (ii) the establishment of an electronic payments system to increase banking access rate and financial inclusion.
Therefore aims to improve the living conditions of farmers, and strengthening their managerial capacity between cooperatives and farmers.
(Source: from disclosure).
Total cost: 716410
Source(s) of financing
Task Manager: DIRABOU YAPI Eric, RDGC2 / no contact details provided at the time of disclosure
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