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Niger - Second Maradi Rural Development Project : Niger - Deuxieme Projet de Developpement Rural de Maradi (Francês)

The Second Maradi Rural Development Project for Niger comprises a five-year program intended to increase farm incomes and improve the welfare and standard of living of the rural population of Maradi province and strengthen and improve the existing project organization through: (a) the expansion of improved cultural practices in rainfed farming areas; (b) training the extension staff in the training and visit system; (c) agricultural credit for the purchase of incremental inputs and farm equipment; (d) development of 740 ha of irrigated farming; (e) construction and equipment of an irrigation center; (f) applied agricultural research; (g) a seed multiplication program; (h) development of functional literacy and health programs, and maintenance activities for the wood plantation and livestock programs financed under Credit 608-NIR; (i) technical assistance to the Project Management Unit (PMU); (j) a project Monitoring and Evaluation Unit. The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the French Caisse Centrale de Cooperation Economique (CCCE) would contribute US$12 million and US$7 million respectively. The project will benefit 63,000 farm families in rainfed agriculture and 2,600 in irrigation development. Benefits from the irrigation component may be lower than expected.


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    Niger - Deuxieme Projet de Developpement Rural de Maradi

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