According to the bank documents, the project aims to "(i) assist farming households to engage in productive partnerships with commercial enterprises; (ii) build the capacity of MAL to deliver its core functions of regulation, research and sector coordination; and (iii) restore the productive assets of households critically affected by the April 2014 flash floods"
Borrower US$ 20 million
Australian Aid Program US$ 13.3 million
International Fund for Agriculture Development US$ 4.6 million
Contact:Erik Caldwell Johnson
Title:Senior Operations Officer
Tel:5284+210 / 6
Name:Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Contact:Hon. Rick Nelson Hoenipwela
Name:Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination
Title:Director Social Services Division
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