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Chad - Emergency Food and Livestock Crisis Response Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Plan de gestion des pesticides (French)

The project development objective of the Emergency Food and Livestock Crisis Response Project of Chad is to improve the availability and access to food, and secure agricultural production and stabilization of livestock for target beneficiaries affected by conflict in Central African Republic (CAR). This will be done through: (i) targeted assistance for food; (ii) support to crop and livestock production activities; and (iii) support for prevention of conflict activities. The main beneficiaries of the project are refugees and returnees from CAR one hand, the local populations of the host communities in areas where displaced populations are resettled on the other hand. Main negative environmental impacts: The distribution of specific foods (seeds, vegetable oils and canned fish) and supplements will create the production of non-biodegradable food waste at household level. To this end, a plan for waste must be placed in the project including waste separation at the base. The distribution of improved seeds, fertilizers and agricultural tools aim to support producers for the development of agricultural areas. These agricultural facilities are to be accompanied by crop intensification and lead to increase the use of pesticides and fertilizers where probable negative impacts occur on vegetation, soil, water, human and animal health. The proper management of pesticides and other chemicals must be accompanied by actions proposed in the Pesticide Management Plan (PGP).

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Chad - Emergency Food and Livestock Crisis Response Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Plan de gestion des pesticides (French). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/894561468015589697/Plan-de-gestion-des-pesticides