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Concept Project Information Document (PID) - South Sudan Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Project - P169120 (English)


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    Alvi,Mohammad Imtiaz Akhtar

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    Project Information Document

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    South Sudan,

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    Concept Project Information Document (PID) - South Sudan Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Project - P169120

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Risk Classification; Annual Work Plan and Budget; Environmental and Social Management Framework; adaptive capacity to climate change; farmer; women-headed households; Food and Nutrition Security; agricultural livelihoods; access to basic service; female-headed household; gender division of labor; resilience to climate risk; Environmental and Social Safeguard; Cost of Doing Business; risks from climate change; income-generating opportunity; million people; household food security; community resource persons; form of violence; national agricultural research; fruit and vegetable; signs of recovery; farmer field school; water use efficiency; finance activity; access to information; Agriculture; machinery and equipment; land use right; average farm size; incentive for farmer; agricultural supply chain; impact of shock; average temperature increase; risk of exclusion; world oil price; traditional gender roles; area under cultivation; capacity of farmer; gender based violence; loss of income; lack of awareness; national health system; Public Health Emergency; corruption perception index; foreign direct investment; abundant natural resource; Governance and Accountability; food supply chain; support for producer; local government institution; public awareness campaign; farm management practice; grievance redress mechanism; better farming practice; several other countries; household and individual; participation of woman; sustainable service delivery; impact assessment study; Integrated Pest Management; sustainable production practice; local labor market; soil fertility management; impact on productivity; inclusion of women; change in temperature; agricultural output market; crop management practice; early warning system; extreme weather event; pest control equipment; long-term adverse effects; climate smart agriculture; participatory plant breeding; fragile and conflict; cross border trade; source of food; Rule of Law; market access road; international poverty line; standard operating procedure; Investment Project Financing; Gender-Based Violence; quality seed; food insecurity; agricultural production; local market; extension service; smallholder farmer; desert locust; agricultural input; nutritious food; agriculture sector; security risk; humanitarian aid; foundation seed; improved seed; local livelihoods; value chain; agricultural market; land preparation; plant material; emergency response; Job Creation; seed production; food production; communal violence; Natural Resources; new technology; ongoing conflicts; citizen engagement; labor shortage; mitigation measure; humanitarian crisis; farm household; awareness raising; oil sector; seed company; subsistence farmer; land clearance; food system; food price; local enterprise; farmer institutions; security situation; household level; small ruminant; formal declaration; agricultural land; farmer households; Technical Training; macroeconomic risk; organic matter; dietary diversity; Advisory services; plant breeder; cereal production; disease outbreak; food aid; crop production; agronomic practice; humanitarian assistance; increased access; job opportunities; best practice; gender-specific risks; national emergency; increased opportunity; local investment; sustainable livelihood; large-scale infrastructure; short-term employment; Conflict Resolution; income generation; job opportunity; smart phone; recovery process; community mobilization; green revolution; political parties; exchange rate; Exchange Rates; high inflation; Support for Agriculture; humanitarian support; supply contract; effective partnerships; productive capacity; fallow land; Armed Conflict; political party; increased partnership; political risk; no harm; animal traction; farmer training; social cohesion; conflict situation; geographic scope; seed quality; civil society; Collaborative Platform; household nutrition; precious stone; land take; poor road; agricultural diversification; land acquisition



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Alvi,Mohammad Imtiaz Akhtar

Concept Project Information Document (PID) - South Sudan Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Project - P169120 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.