According to bank documents, the major objective of the Lower Shire Valley Irrigation Project is to exploit the high irrigation potential of the Valley through the development of gravity-fed irrigation from the Shire River, expanding coverage and providing complementary infrastructure and services in order to increase agriculture production and farm-based incomes hence ensuring food security and poverty reduction.
The project comprises 4 main components:
Total cost: 50000000
Source(s) of financing
SOLIMAN Wael Mohamed Roshdy, RDGS2
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & FOOD SECURITY
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