The development objective of the Smallholder Agricultural Production Restoration and Enhancement Project for Yemen is to increase the use of productivity and nutrition-enhancing agricultural practices by smallholders in targeted project areas. The project comprises of three components. The first component, community subprojects and investments will finance priority subprojects and investments to increase smallholders’ production, income, and nutrition. It consists of following sub-components: (i) strengthening community land and water management; (ii) improving animal husbandry, livestock production, and animal health services; and (iii) improving livelihoods and adding value to agriculture. The second component, capacity building and extension will finance: (i) capacity building activities to strengthen skills of stakeholders involved in service provision in the project areas; and (ii) extension activities for project beneficiaries in a range of fields. The third component will support project administration and management, and monitoring and evaluation (M and E) activities to ensure satisfactory project implementation.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Salah Hajj Hassan
FAO Representative in Yemen
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