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Mozambique - Market-Led Smallholder Development in the Zambezi Valley Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Market-led Smallholder Development Project is to increase the incomes of smallholder farmers in selected districts of the Zambezi Valley region of central Mozambique. The project consist of the following components: Component 1: Community Group Organization and Local Institutional Strengthening comprising: (a) community based organization capacity development; (b) rural financial services, and; (c) district capacity development. Expenditures under this component include consultancy services, training, goods and equipment and a modest amount of civil works. Component 2: Agricultural Production and Marketing Development comprising: (a) agribusiness and market development; (b) strengthening of extension services; (c) applied research, training and demonstrations; and (d) improved agricultural and agro-forestry systems. Expenditures under this component include limited civil works, equipment, consultancy services and incremental operating costs. Component 3: Community Agricultural and Environmental Investment Fund comprising the following windows: (a) agriculturally related infrastructure; (b) small-scale agricultural investment; and (c) sustainable land management. Expenditures under this component include civil works, consultancy services, equipment, and materials for infrastructure, agriculture and agribusiness investments. Component 4) Project Management, Coordination and Monitoring and Evaluation. Expenditures include consultancy and training and goods and equipment.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2006/05/23

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    35466

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Moçambique,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2006/08/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Mozambique - Market-Led Smallholder Development in the Zambezi Valley Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Community Agricultural and Environmental Investment Fund;Quality and Cost Based Selection;Senior Financial Management Specialist;Support for Agriculture;land degradation;Natural Resource Management;loss of ecosystem services;economic and financial analysis;global environmental benefits;vulnerability to climate change;convention on biological diversity;road and bridges;impact of climate variability;Land and Water Resources;Agriculture and Environmental Service;working plan and budget;Adaptation to Climate Change;smallholder farmer;sustainable land management;land use change;supply chain;early warning system;private sector actors;natural resource endowment;land cover change;improved land management;external monitoring system;crop and livestock;agricultural extension staff;national poverty headcount;extreme climatic conditions;soil organic matter;Water and Land;wild medicinal plants;access to knowledge;loss of biodiversity;technical performance indicator;forestry sector;business development service;dislocation of population;climate change impact;private sector provider;forest buffer zone;climate change risk;land cover map;local climate change;climate change adaptation;farm employment opportunities;effect on health;conservation of habitat;forest management activities;institutional capacity building;land use planning;native fish species;formal financial institution;road and transportation;plant functional attributes;sustainable soils management;flow of fund;local land use;readiness for implementation;amount of fund;demand driven approach;rural financial service;regional climate model;greenhouse gas emission;support to beneficiary;community base;consultancy service;decentralization policy;district planning;civil works;crop rotation;rural area;absolute poverty;increased income;remote sensing;global benefit;technical component;agroforestry system;drought;participatory approach;awareness campaign;adaptation activities;agricultural issue;Safeguard Policies;smallholder group;agricultural sector;safeguard policy;forage plant;predictive capacity;improved technologies;home gardens;social capital;agricultural growth;incremental cost;consultative council;sustainable use;global experience;sustainable forest;extreme event;agricultural production;process monitoring;internal monitoring;Carbon sequestration;market linkage;indigenous knowledge;education campaign;small-scale irrigation;government structure;native species;credit mechanism;agricultural productivity;adequate liquidity;government staff;Natural Resources;farming system;baseline survey;Water Management;tributary stream;extension service;local capacity;market information;flood;

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