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Egypt - Agricultural Modernization Project (English)

The Agricultural Modernization Project's objectives are to: (i) increase agricultural productivity by promoting appropriate technological packages; (ii) increase rural income by financing investments in custom-service operations and in small - and medium - scale agro-based enterprises; (iii) streamline Principal Bank for Development and Agricultural Credit's (PBDAC) organization and strengthen its staff capabilities to perform as an effective rural financial institution; (iv) facilitate participation of commercial banks in financing rural investments by providing access to long-term financing, staff training, and dissemination of relevant data on investment; and (v) improve agricultural services at the farm level. The project components include: (a) on-farm technology packages; (b) agro-based enterprises; and (c) institutional development in rural banking and in agricultural services.

Details

  • Document Date

    1994/03/03

  • Document Type

    Staff Appraisal Report

  • Report Number

    12513

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Egypt, Arab Republic of

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Egypt - Agricultural Modernization Project

  • Keywords

    commercial bank;Agriculture;food and nutrition;rural banking;subsidy dependence index;increase in interest rate;rate of population growth;lack of employment opportunities;lack of employment opportunity;deregulation of interest rate;applied research and development;unification of exchange rate;privatization of public enterprise;Technology Transfer;Financial Sector;Crop;foreign currency exposure;irrigation and drainage;public sector bank;Rural Credit;farmer;liberalization of interest;demand for credit;economic reform program;cost of irrigation;capital adequacy standards;reduction in subsidies;foreign exchange risk;rural economy;rural lending;village bank;foreign exchange loss;variable rate instrument;Natural Resource Management;prevailing market rate;high water table;protection of depositor;on-farm water management;Environmental Mitigation Plan;part of revenues;cost of production;fruit and vegetable;agrarian reform cooperative;variable interest rate;provision of finance;rural financial market;allocation of resource;improved farming practice;farm management;demand for labor;agricultural land area;technology and markets;rural financial institution;agricultural land base;agricultural labor force;application of fertilizer;adoption of technology;agricultural producer price;technology transfer service;multiple exchange rate;restrictive trade practices;foreign exchange policy;world food programme;seed processing facility;weights and measure;Accounts and Audit;rural financial system;deposit insurance scheme;Investment securities;lack of knowledge;provision of credit;investment in security;source capital;growth in agriculture;long term financing;Capital Adequacy Ratio;repatriation of capital;quality of asset;liberalization of trade;cash reserve ratio;internationally accepted standards;foreign currency deposit;public sector reform;

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Citation

Egypt - Agricultural Modernization Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/951091468770098265/Egypt-Agricultural-Modernization-Project