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China - Poverty Alleviation and Agriculture-based Industry Pilot and Demonstration in Poor Areas Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Poverty Alleviation and Agriculture-based Industry Pilot and Demonstration in Poor Areas Project for China is to develop and demonstrate rural value chains that promote equitable organizational arrangements, participation, and the sustainable increase of income of target households in the project provinces. There are four components to the project, the first component being Integrated Value Chain Development. This component includes: supporting Project Farmer Cooperatives establishment and development, through, interalia: (i) construction of offices and acquisition of basic office furniture and office equipment; (ii) provision of training and technical assistance in cooperative management and business operations, the establishment of new and/ or improvement of existing farmer’s cooperatives and other cooperative or community-based production arrangements (iii) provision of training and capacity building for community economic groups in ethnic minority areas; and (iv) provision of technical advisory services and agricultural crop insurance for selected crops in order to pilot crop- and livestock insurance schemes for the benefit of qualifying members of Project Farmer Cooperatives. The second component is the public infrastructure and services. This component includes: supporting public infrastructure for farmer cooperatives and agricultural key commodity development, through, inter alia: construction of production road infrastructure; and establishment of communications and information infrastructure and equipment. The third component is the research, training and extension. Supporting the learning and dissemination of project implementation lessons in support of implementing the Borrower’s national poverty reduction strategy, through, inter alia: (a) analytical studies, including studies on poverty reduction and key commodity value chain development in adjacent destitute areas; (b) studies on equitable cooperative and organization arrangements; (c) training and workshops for government line agencies, entrepreneurs, and public sector institutions on key commodity value chain development; and (d) policy guidelines appraisal guidelines for public sector support in rural areas. Finally, the fourth component is the project management, monitoring and evaluation. Strengthening of administrative and technical capacity and capability of the project management offices at the provincial, municipal and county levels to manage, implement and monitor project activities; including the monitoring of environmental and social safeguards requirements, through the provision of technical assistance and domestic and international training.

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  • Data do documento

    2015/05/26

  • TIpo de documento

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  • No. do relatório

    PAD442

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2015/06/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    China - Poverty Alleviation and Agriculture-based Industry Pilot and Demonstration in Poor Areas Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Fragile, Conflict &Violence;Economic Internal Rate of Return;public-private partnership;public private partnership;economic and financial analysis;Risks and Mitigation Measures;Environmental and Social Safeguard;limited access to capital;Land and Water Resources;national poverty reduction strategy;Institutional data;allocation of counterpart fund;procedure for land acquisition;Operational Core Curriculum;achievement in poverty reduction;farmer cooperative;investments in agriculture;public infrastructure investment;irrigation and drainage;grievance redress mechanism;Agricultural Value Chain;private sector operator;financial management requirement;economies of scale;livestock production system;waste disposal system;access to knowledge;ethnic minority community;capacity building program;barrier to entry;large land holding;procurement capacity assessment;social and environmental;sustainable poverty reduction;financial management training;negative environmental impact;rural infrastructure investment;adverse environmental impact;ethnic minority area;technology transfer activity;annual work plans;core sector indicator;net present value;Safeguard Policies;business development service;social and institutional;safeguard policy;readiness for implementation;industry and trade;number of beneficiaries;right of individual;poverty reduction program;pest management plan;public sector institution;human development indicator;living in poverty;national poverty line;per capita income;acquisition of equipment;social security system;adequate social services;small-scale land acquisition;poverty alleviation program;acquisition of good;poor rural household;rural area;agricultural production;commodity value;village committee;agriculture sector;production arrangement;administrative village;poor household;input supply;market operator;comparative advantage;procurement staff;public fund;mountain area;Public Services;retroactive financing;market failure;rural income;food testing;market structure;Advisory services;Market Risk;Exchange Rates;sustainability indicator;public market;investment proposal;project costing;cooperative investment;food safety;farm income;complaints handling;private investment;land transfer;cooperative development;market analysis;domestic poverty;procurement activities;procurement arrangement;institutional context;result indicator;rural migrant;vulnerable group;rural community;Ethnic Minorities;Equal Opportunity;Quality Enhancement;social impact;commercial agriculture;fiscal budget;organizational arrangement;employment opportunities;business planning;agriculture production;operations analyst;employment opportunity;livestock specialist;hazard analysis;poor farming;productive investment;free grazing;investment planning;Exit Strategy;rural-urban disparity;long-term competitiveness;grazing pressure;product quality;coastal region;market demand;income opportunity;waste treatment;productive activity;biogas fermentation;loan proceeds;driving force;provincial finance;labor supply;global economy;organizational structure;market reform;company-farmer arrangement;institutional perspective;rural tourism;research institutions;quality service;physical infrastructure;local cooperatives;marketing group;agricultural commodity;oversight function;capacity constraint;procurement procedure;product certification;environmental rehabilitation;technical feasibility;plant variety;livestock breed;technical appraisal;market access;small-scale farmer;urban market;public subsidy;fiscal revenue;lease income;fiscal burden;participation process;village communities;involuntary resettlement;course participant;contractual arrangement;cooperative organizations;department budget;annual budget;market opportunity;increase productivity;increased income;equitable sharing;contract management;domestic fund;transaction cost;production standards;management skill;grant basis;production practice;Trade Facility;environmental sustainability;ethnic group;property right;financial strength

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