According to the Bank’s website, this operation involves additional funding from ADF-16 resources for The Republic of Chad up to UA 37,500,000 in the form of an ADF grant, under Project 2 of the Programme to Strengthen Resilience to Food and Nutritional Insecurity in the Sahel per the financing plan agreed at the time of the initial appraisal and an adjustment during an update re-appraisal mission carried out in March/April 2023. The national P2-P2RS components of The Gambia and Chad covered are : (i) Build the Resilience of Agricultural, Silvicultural, Pastoral and Fisheries Production to Climate Change; (ii) Develop Agricultural, Silvicultural, Pastoral and Fisheries Value Chains; (iii) Support Regional Institutions (CILSS, PAAGGW, CCRS) for Adaptive Capacity Building in the Sahel; (iv) Project Coordination and Management.
The objective is to contribute to improving living conditions and food and nutrition security of the populations in the Sahel and West Africa. It aims to: (i) sustainably increase productivity and agricultural, silvicultural and pastoral production; (ii) increase income from agricultural, silvicultural, pastoral and fisheries value chains; and (iii) build the adaptive capacity of populations through better control of climate risks and contribute to climate change mitigation.
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