The proposed objective of the project is to improve smallholder agriculture productivity and market access in the project areas developed with irrigation and provide immediate and effective response to an eligible crisis or emergency. The Program objective of the Series of Projects is the same as the objective of this Project.
The first phase of the project (SOP1) is expected to improve agriculture productivity and market access to smallholder on 3,000 hectares of irrigated land rehabilitated under PROIRRI and on additional 3,000 hectares of irrigated land to be rehabilitated under the project for a total of 6,000 hectares. While investments in agricultural
intensification and market access will be primarily in these 6,000 hectares, they will be also extended to areas beyond those rehabilitated irrigation areas (in coordination with and involvement of the private agribusiness sector) as the opportunity arise. The IRRIGA project will establish and strengthen WUGs and WUAs, improve water service delivery and on-farm water management, expedite the introduction and transfer of improved agriculture technology, and improve the input and output market linkages to irrigated and non-irrigated areas. The project will be implemented in four selected provinces - Manica, Nampula, Sofala and Zambezia.
The project will finance the following five components:
Aniceto Timoteo Bila
Sr Agricultural Spec.
Ministry of Finance and Economy
Director of Treasure
Ministry Of Agriculture and Food Security
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