Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Feb 14, 2022
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The general objective is to contribute to increasing the economic, social, environmental and climatic sustainability of Panamanian agriculture. The specific objectives are (i) To achieve a timely execution of operation PN-L1166, from its first years of implementation; (ii) Deepen the knowledge of the Panamanian agricultural sector, to facilitate informed decision-making regarding policy and investment options; and (iii) To prepare an agricultural health and food safety project.
The Bank will engage the services of (i) individual consultants, as set forth in Policy AM-650; and (ii) consulting firms, as set forth in Policy AM-650. established in Policy AM-650; and (ii) consulting firms, as established in the Policy for the established in the Policy for the Selection and Contracting of Consulting Firms (GN-2765-1) and its Operational (GN-2765-1) and its Operational Guidelines OP-1155-4, which became effective on January 1, 2017. January 01, 2017.
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