SENEGAL - National Integrated Livestock Development Programme - Phase 1 (PNDIES-P1) (AFDB-P-SN-AAE-004)

  • Senegal
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  • African Development Bank (AFDB)
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Dec 16, 2022
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  • Agriculture and Forestry
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Updated in EWS Jan 30, 2023

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The National Integrated Livestock Development Programme in Senegal -Phase 1 (PNDIES-P1) catalyses other operations being implemented by the Bank (Agro-Industrial Processing Zones, PZTA/Agropoles, PROVALE CV) and other Technical and Financial Partners including World Bank (PRAPS project), IsDB (PDEPS-SN project) and IFAD (PADAER 2 Project). Specifically, the project will identify and implement the necessary synergies with projects in the agro-industrial processing zones, particularly the PZTA-North, whose livestock sector will be given priority. The operating strategy of PNDIES-P1 is based on increasing the numerical (quantitative) productivity and weight yields of herds and flocks which will be reflected in higher levels of production that will strengthen the targeted value chains including the processing of, and market access for animal products. PNDIES-P1 is organised around the following three components: (i) Productivity and animal production; (ii) processing, marketing of animal products and professionalisation of actors; and (iii) project coordination and management. The total project cost is estimated at EUR 78.60 million (XOF 51.56 billion), net of taxes and customs duties.

The PNDIES-P1 sector objective is to contribute to the development of competitive, climate-resilient and job-creating value chains for youth and women. This objective is broken down into 3 specific objectives: (i) Sustainably increase productivity and animal production; (ii) Improve animal product processing and marketing; and (iii) improve actors’ professionalisation.

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AFDB Investment: U.A 31,366,977.68

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