According to the bank: "The Project will finance a variety of activities in the agricultural sector, fishery and livestock, such as poultry that will help the beneficiaries to diversifying food production, developing capacity and improving coordination between the key stakeholders. The Project will seek to operate at several levels to enhance skills, resources and organizational capacity. At local level, smallholder farmers will be advised and trained to adapt their cultivation methods and diversify the production to improve their livelihoods."
Japan Social Development Fund
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