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Brazil - Santa Catarina Rural Competitiveness Project : Brazil - Projeto de Competitividade Rural em Santa Catarina (Portuguese)

The objective of the Santa Catarina Rural Competitiveness Project for Brazil is to increase the competitiveness of Family Agriculture Producer Organizations (FAPO) while providing support for an improved framework of structural competitiveness inducing public services activities in the Borrower's territory. The project has three components. (1) Family agriculture competitiveness and increased access to markets: to support family agriculture competitiveness in the Borrower's territory through the implementation of the pertinent Eligible Expenditure Programs (EEPs) and the provision of technical assistance, by working with stakeholders across local, municipal and regional levels in order to increase organizational and participation skills for project implementation. (2) Complementary public investments for rural competitiveness: to support the improvement of the structural rural competitiveness framework through the implementation of the pertinent EEPs and the provision of technical assistance, by financing public goods activities that are crucial for the sustained competitiveness of family agriculture producer organizations, and for the implementation of sectoral activities, such as water resource management; ecosystems and corridor management; environmental monitoring and education; rural infrastructure; regulatory framework compliance; rural technical assistance and extension, sanitary and phyto-sanitary services; and rural tourism. (3) Support to the rural competitiveness institutional framework: to enhance public administration performance in support of rural competitiveness through the implementation of the pertinent EEPs and the provision of technical assistance by implementing: (a) more efficient financial management and procurement systems; (b) a results-based management approach for the project and the main institutions of the Borrower which have administrative jurisdiction over the rural sector; and (c) project coordination, monitoring and evaluation.


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    Latin America & Caribbean,

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    Brazil - Projeto de Competitividade Rural em Santa Catarina

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Brazil - Santa Catarina Rural Competitiveness Project : Brazil - Projeto de Competitividade Rural em Santa Catarina (Portuguese). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.