According to the bank document, The Project Development Objective is to increase the grain reserveavailable to households to meet their post-disaster needs and improve the efficiency of grain storage management.
"The only changes and/or additions introduced with the AF are the following:a)Costs by component/and sub-components as shown in Table 1 and detailed in Annex 1.b)Results Framework: gender-based indicators and CE indicators have been added to account for Gender gaps identified and corporate requirements for Citizen Engagement (CE).c)Project closing date:the AF will close on May 31, 2022, effectively extending the original implementation period of MFSFP by 23 months.Extension of the closing date will beprocessed through a L2 Restructuringof MFSFP."
Manievel Sene, Sr Agricultural Spec.
People’s Republicof Bangladesh
Mohd. Rashedul Amin
Senior Assistant Secretary
Directorate General, Ministry of FoodMd.
Sarwar KhanDirector General
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