The development objective of the Drylands Development Project for Mali is to improve agricultural productivity and strengthen resilience of rural households living in the targeted dryland areas. The first component aims at improving the productivity and resilience of beneficiary populations. The second component aims at ensuring that productive infrastructure at the community level will support investments in community infrastructure that will aim at improving the environmental, physical, and socioeconomic context for dryland agriculture, and create synergies with activities to boost agricultural productivity and strengthen resilience under component one.
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