According to bank documents, the project objective is to integrate rural households into sustainable agriculture and forest-based value chains in the Project area and, in the event of an Eligible Crisis or Emergency, to provide immediate and effective response to said Eligible Crisis or Emergency. The additional funding (AF) seeks US$40.0 million from regular IDA and US$20 million from the CRW to: (i) scale up the original project by extending its geographical coverage and reaching out to an increased number of beneficiaries; (ii) replenish the US$10 million reallocated to the Contingency Emergency Response Component (CERC) following the activation of the IDA Immediate Response Mechanism (IRM) in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai; and (iii) support the recovery efforts from the Cyclone Idai in the affected areas.
The project has four components:
Norman Bentley Piccioni
Senior Agriculture Economist
Ministry of Economy and Finance
National Director of Treasury
Ministry for Land, Environment and Rural Development
Manager of the International Funds Management Unit
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