According to the Bank's website, the project provides financing to the Agricultural Credit Cooperatives to fund measures towards improvement of the conditions for formal agricultural employment opportunities through 1) increasing the skills of rural refugees and Turkish citizens based on market demand in the agricultural sector; 2) improving the productivity of farmers by extending contract farming and through access to more qualified workers.
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Agricultural Credit Cooperatives Central Union
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