According to the World Bank, the objectives of this development project are to enhance the resilience of agriculture and ecosystems in selected watersheds and to enable the Government of Haiti to repond promptly and effectively to emergencies.
To accomplish these objectives, the project will include the following four components:
Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development (MARNDR) Hermann Yves Augustin Agronomist - RESEPAG firstname.lastname@example.org
Ministry of Environment Josef 'Vernet Coordinator - Ministry of Environment email@example.com
According to the World Bank, the total number of farmers in the targeted area are estimated to be 300,000. The cited primary beneficiaries are estimated by the World Bank in the range of 15,000-20,000 organised farmers in selected watersheds. The World Bank says it will conduct a more detailed analysis in later steps of the project.
Global Environment Facility - International Bank for Reconstruction and Development as implementing agency : US$7.00 million (https://www.thegef.org/project/resilient-productive-landscapes-haiti)
International Development Association Grant: US$15.00 million
Non-Governmenal Organisation (NGO) of Borrowing Country, Jerkins-Penn Haiti Relief Organisation: US$5.00 million. It is not clear at the time of writing whether this amount will be a loan or a grant.
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