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Southern Sudan - Livestock and Fisheries Development Project : additional financing (Inglês)

The objective of this Livestock and Fisheries Development Project for Southern Sudan is to improve the performance of the livestock and fisheries sectors in five selected states of Southern Sudan through capacity building, improving animal health, reducing post-harvest losses and improving market infrastructure. The project will be implemented in two phases. Phase one will be the first two years while the remaining three years will be in phase two. The first phase of the project will focus on capacity building and service delivery while the second phase will concentrate on longer term institutional development and continue with service delivery and marketing activities. The Multi Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) is expected to make a commitment for the first phase (2006-2008) amount, with subsequent commitments reflected by addendum to the grant agreement. Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries (MARF) will prepare the 2007 budget estimates which will include, among other activities of the Ministry, the program outlined in this document and will present to Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MOFEP) for inclusion in the Government's budget for next year.


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    Southern Sudan - Livestock and Fisheries Development Project : additional financing

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