According to the bank document, "the project will contribute to the development of the agriculture sector by working on (1) water as an important input and limiting factor to productivity and overall production (2) training and technology for improving productivity, post-harvest management and value addition. More specifically, it will support six key priority areas of the government strategy for the sector, that is, improving performance/functionality of the delivery system and reducing waterwastages; making water allocation/distribution equitable; increasing financial sustainability of the irrigation system management; increasing climate resilience; increasing productivity and promoting high value agriculture (production, processing and marketing); and strengthening the department for improved service delivery and governance."
Counterpart Funding US$ 18 million
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