Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Jan 21, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Oct 1, 2017
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The objective of the project is to improve the productivity and diversification of selected agriculture commodities in the project targeted areas in a sustainable manner. The proposed project will address the objective through a community demand driven approach, building on the lessons and successes of the Agriculture Sector Wide Approach Support Project. The project will ensure that the activities promoted are technically and environmentally sound and ensure that the activities are sustained after project closure. The project will be implemented in 12 districts where roads works will be done, aimed at ensuring a comprehensive package of support from production to marketing of selected agricultural commodities/value chains, while targeting smallholder and emerging farmers.
The project structure would include four components, which are aligned to the National Agriculture Policy and National Agriculture Investment Plan (NAIP).
Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development
Secretary to the Treasury
Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development
Malawi Roads Authority
CEO of Roads Authority
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