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Bangladesh - National Agricultural Technology Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2016/06/01

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR14908

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bangladesh,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/06/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Bangladesh - National Agricultural Technology Project

  • Keywords

    Agricultural Research and Extension;Supply Chain Development;private sector service providers;Legal and Institutional Reform;national agricultural research institute;access to information technology;rural services and infrastructure;Participation and Civic Engagement;Agricultural Research and Development;national level policy maker;investment in agricultural research;considerable amount of time;farmer;high value crops;post harvest technologies;quality of supervision;human resource development;funds for implementation;quality at entry;environmental management activities;allocation of resource;agriculture research organization;improving food security;diversification of agriculture;resource poor farmer;environmental monitoring data;body weight gain;flow of knowledge;human resource management;crops of paddy;adverse environmental implication;return to investment;public private partnership;improved food security;lack of incentive;human capacity development;public-private partnership;balance of payment;private sector entities;participation and empowerment;social and environmental;public extension service;source of income;environmental monitoring system;high value commodity;dissemination of knowledge;average farm size;private sector participant;Good Agricultural Practices;medium size enterprise;source income;impact assessment study;supply chain planning;agricultural research area;environmental data collection;farm income;Agricultural Technology;agricultural productivity;marginal farmer;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;improved technologies;project costing;research system;extension activity;rice yield;contract farming;government approval;government priority;agricultural growth;borrower performance;local market;market linkage;disbursement condition;extension approach;research scientist;indigenous people;financial reform;Rural Sector;employment generation;open market;outcome indicator;crop system;research fund;institutional responsibilities;positive impact;research funding;agricultural production;outcome targets;farmers uses;household income;agriculture technology;competitive grant;procedural requirement;Environmental Assessment;contract management;institutional weakness;consulting service;Consulting services;chemical fertilizer;level of policy;technology system;rural income;Indigenous Peoples;environmental screening;project's achievements;collaborative partnership;Programmatic Approach;extension specialist;differentiated products;adequate budgetary;contractual arrangement;productivity gain;poultry litter;procurement capacity;operational issues;market demand;maize crop;insufficient information;procurement activities;procurement management;procurement process;fresh vegetable;chemical usage;improved seed;extension agenda;farmers' association;marketing channel;agricultural produce;agency official;shrimp production;dairy cattle;global experience;family day;sensitivity analysis;Government Performance;income increase;output price;price reduction;diversified agriculture;price signal;monetary term;analysis period;Technology Transfer;dairy production;small farming;unit labor;agriculture sector;export sector;farm model;productivity increase;organic manure;effective work;incremental benefits;skill mix;input supply;rice variety;dairy cow;potential yield;international research;data bank;enhancing transparency;civil society;financial autonomy;research activity;field days;marketing service;collaborative extension;Advisory services;fund research;effective approach;climate stress;National Institutions;molecular biology;Management Systems;crop agriculture;skill gap;fishery productivity;commercial farming;local supply;counterpart fund;project financing;credit proceeds;intermediate outcome;rural area;uniform service;farm activity;farm activities;government's policy;research activities;academic institution;traditional technology;direct marketing;public good;agricultural market;sustainable management;Natural Resources;marketing plan;marketing agreement

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Bangladesh - National Agricultural Technology Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/451921468187740694/Bangladesh-National-Agricultural-Technology-Project