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Mozambique - Sustainable Irrigation Development Project (PROIRRI) (English)

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  • Document Date

    2010/11/11

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB4754

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mozambique,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/12/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mozambique - Sustainable Irrigation Development Project (PROIRRI)

  • Keywords

    access to financial service;water for agriculture;Food Security and Nutrition;millennium development goal;impact of climate change;management of irrigation schemes;Micro and Small Enterprises;Environmental and Social Safeguard;partial risk guarantee;irrigation sub-sector;water user association;institutional capacity development;fruit and vegetable;technical skill development;financial management procedure;scheme will;availability of water;rural financial service;provision of credit;decline in poverty;Urban Water Supply;access to water;universal primary education;reducing child mortality;small-scale irrigation system;national poverty headcount;irrigation and drainage;foreign direct investment;household survey data;labor and materials;extreme weather patterns;clusters of activity;local commercial bank;health and nutrition;forms of contract;national irrigation agency;irrigation service provider;access to irrigation;production support;irrigation infrastructure;agricultural growth;irrigation site;cash crop;capacity constraint;irrigation development;rural area;Public-Private Partnership;strategic objective;extension service;eligibility criterion;core functions;increased supply;construction method;business management;smallholder farmer;land law;safeguard policy;agricultural productivity;Civil War;Safeguard Policies;Irrigated Agriculture;irrigation program;comparative advantage;flood protection;Public Spending;working relationship;cereal yield;food production;sector budget;public entity;productivity increase;subsistence farmer;food crop;financial instrument;rice irrigation;farm machinery;small entrepreneur;financing source;Project Monitoring;catalytic effect;productive activity;sustainable production;agricultural production;marketing investment;evaluation procedure;procurement procedure;operational procedure;commercial entity;Agricultural Technology;inadequate provision;institutional linkage;agricultural service;agricultural entrepreneur;international agriculture;safeguards requirement;irrigated land;operational framework;secondary canal;participatory irrigation;investment cost;cool climate;import substitution;rice production;private investment;irrigation asset;market outlet;local market;horticultural production;export market;expanding export;fruit fly;international market;business environment;large-scale farmer;business model;agriculture production;farm productivity;outgrower arrangement;production technology;average yield;market opportunity;primary beneficiaries;rainfall pattern;farming system;production risk;production planning;operational issues;Macroeconomic Management;donor support;area expansion;farmer association;international expert;plant variety;crop yield;private enterprise;commercial farmer;political priority;poverty increase;sugar cane;absolute poverty;colonial times;reducing hunger;child malnutrition;common fund;central regions;financial resource;Gender Equality;supply response;Maternal Health;smallholder agriculture;administrative level;public consultation;financial sustainability;public expenditure;country accounting;civil works;irrigated area;participatory design;capacity enhancement;academic institution;institutional strengthening;investment operation;support infrastructure;

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Mozambique - Sustainable Irrigation Development Project (PROIRRI) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/817731468287772757/Mozambique-Sustainable-Irrigation-Development-Project-PROIRRI