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Tanzania - Third Additional Financing for the Agricultural Sector Development Project (Inglês)

The development objective of the Third Additional Financing for the Agricultural Sector Development Project is to enable farmers to have better access to and use of agricultural knowledge, technologies, marketing systems, and infrastructure and to promote agricultural private investment based on an improved regulatory and policy environment. The third additional credit will provide a one year financing 'bridge' for Agricultural Sector Development Project (ASDP) activities in the larger government program. The Additional Financing (AF) would sustain ongoing activities, strengthen initial successes and address some of the key challenges and risks to realization of overall objectives of the ASDP. The AF will not involve any changes to the profile of beneficiaries, environmental and social safeguards requirements and implementation and fiduciary requirements. The AF will finance project activities which are critical for achievement of the overall Project Development Objective (PDO), strengthen results achieved so far and address institutional and technical challenges and risks to achievement of the PDO.


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    Tanzania - Third Additional Financing for the Agricultural Sector Development Project

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