According to the bank document, the proposed project objective is "to improve land and water productivity and climate resilience of agricultural systems in selected areas of Afghanistan." The project components include: Support to Irrigated Agriculture Productivity which will combine rehabilitation of irrigation schemes with provision of improved water saving technologies and production practices.; Support for Dryland Farming and Watershed Management which will focus largely on building the resilience of communities in the water scarce areas to maintain and build their productive assets through a range of innovative and climate smart interventions.; Access to Market which will strengthen market linkages between producers and off-takers by supporting the establishment of producer organizations.
Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund US$ 80 million
Amanullah Alamzai, Francois Onimus
Ministry of Finance
Salma Alokozai, Director of Aid Management
Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock
Hashmatullah Ghafoori, Deputy Minister
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