Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Aug 16, 2021
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According to bank provided information, the project specific objective is to improve household incomes, food security, and climate resilience through sustainable natural resources management and agricultural enterprise development.
The Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Programme – Project 2 (FIEFOC-2) is designed within the context of the Government of Uganda’s National Development Plan (NDP) and the long term development strategy, the Vision 2040 both of which promote of agricultural infrastructure and income enhancement. In order to realize the 2040 vision, the project will contribute to improvement of farm incomes, rural livelihoods, food security and climate resilience, sustainable natural resources management and agricultural enterprise development.
The project consists of four components namely:
The project seeks to consolidate and expand the notable achievements of the FIEFOC Programme first phase which was completed in December 2012.
The overall cost of the project is approximately USD 91.7 million, including approximately USD 5.9 million from Nordic Development Fund (EUR 5.25 million), USD 76.7 million from the AfDB and USD 9.1 million from the Government of Uganda.
LOULSEGED Mekonnen Kifle
Government of Uganda
Ministry of Water and Environment
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