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Zimbabwe - Agricultural Credit and Export Promotion Project (English)

The Agricultural Credit and Export Promotion Project seeks to enable smallholders to increase production of food, cash, and export crops suited to peasant farming; and commercial farmers to diversify into export and import-substitution commodities for which they have comparative advantage. Specifically, the Agricultural Credit and Export Promotion Project will provide funds to finance: (i) agricultural credit to smallholders and commercial farmers; (ii) strengthening of the Agricultural Finance Corporation's (AFC) institutional capacity, and expansion of its field facilities; (iii) a pilot scheme to promote the use of farmer groups as channels for credit, marketing, and input supply among smallholders; (iv) expansion and improvement of the cotton processing and storage facilities; (v) strengthening of horticultural post-harvest research; and (vi) studies on horticultural export marketing and the cotton subsector.

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Zimbabwe - Agricultural Credit and Export Promotion Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/111351468168233971/Zimbabwe-Agricultural-Credit-and-Export-Promotion-Project