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Gambia - Second Agricultural Development Project (Inglês)

The Second Agricultural Development Project will: (i) consolidate progress made under the Rural Development Project and address constraints which emerged during its implementation; (ii) assist the Government with major sectoral reforms; and (iii) improve production of rainfed export and food crops. Specifically, the project will: establish a project coordinating unit and a monitoring and evaluation unit within the MOA. It will also strengthen the research capacity at the Sapu Agricultural Station; strengthen the existing Seed Multiplication Unit (SMU) and establish a comprehensive national seed program; assist the reorganization of the Ministry of Agriculture and strengthen the country's cooperative structure. The project will also support the Government's efforts to phase out fertilizer subsidies by the end of FY88 by financing part of the fertilizer imports. Two special accounts will also be established under the project to expedite disbursement.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1984/04/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P3501

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Gâmbia,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Gambia - Second Agricultural Development Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Monitoring and Evaluation Unit;average per capita income;agricultural producer price;condition of effectiveness;producer price increase;trade and transportation;balance of payment;government budgetary resource;Population Age structure;terms of trade;Women in Agriculture;cash crop production;activities in conjunction;weights and measure;standard of living;local competitive bidding;medium term credit;gnp per capita;farming system research;net foreign exchange;civil service scale;income due;department of agriculture;government cash flow;contracts for procurement;interest rate structure;loans to farmer;foreign exchange requirement;public sector deficit;net foreign asset;agricultural research capacity;foreign exchange risk;urban development sector;water distribution system;external public debt;extension service;agricultural sector;food crop;input supply;credit effectiveness;groundnut production;fertilizer subsidies;local expenditure;fertilizer import;civil works;research program;pricing policy;cooperative societies;rainfed crops;seed production;agricultural input;agricultural production;export price;livestock sector;production input;farm input;Rural Sector;productive sector;project costing;fertilizer use;natural calamity;Agricultural Institution;credit program;project accounting;financial difficulties;sectoral reform;loan recovery;total development;Agricultural Extension;financial constraint;young farmers;research station;incremental revenues;proven technology;government revenue;Population Density;financial rehabilitation;work force;price contingency;industrial activity;project execution;rice cultivation;road maintenance;urban enterprise;adequate resources;local costs;price stability;tied aid;world price;loan repayment;Managing Services;long-term loan;subsidiary loan;cash sale;institutional mechanism;equal access;farmer income;rural income;farmer cooperative;grace period;crop protection;approved budget;cash requirements;climatic variation;legal instrument;nutrition level;agricultural technique;cropping pattern;institutional environment;single crop;reporting procedure;rural area;livestock service;pricing system;crop diversification;rainfed agriculture;farming practice;maintenance expenses;local bidder;personnel cost;outstanding debt;procurement arrangement;market distortion;stabilization fund;production level;credit performance;foreign expenditure;investment period;management structure;annual contribution;rehabilitation plan;budgetary control;government working;cooperative movement;annual variations;cash surplus;wet season;indirect taxation;financial implication;consultancy service;severe drought;tax from october;cost control;market condition;medium-term loans;annual budget;crop research;rice mill;prior review;institutional weakness;price adjustment;compound fertilizer;physical environment;inflation rate;foreign costs;dry season;national requirement;budgetary situation;financial viability;seasonal rainfall;Livestock Husbandry;ox cultivation;Livestock Production;improve livestock;veterinary Services;livestock marketing;dry cereal;output market;vaccination program;heavy investment;manufacturing enterprise;natural cause;domestic export;medium-scale enterprises;fertilizer application;crop season;affordable service;crop year;basic infrastructure;sanitation infrastructure;urban population;budgetary saving;capital spending;foreign finance;efficient management;seed testing;food staple;farmer produce;food requirement;husbandry system;government objective;cultivated area;government expenditure;export crop;suitable extension;crop trials;veterinary laboratories;project datum;cultural practice;international research;organizational structure;food production;finance agency;building construction;groundnut oil;rice price;irrigation pump;paddy yield;Arab bank;inadequate fund;social infrastructure;hydrocarbon exploration;financial intermediaries;agricultural operation;agricultural diversification;important policy;drainage water;highway maintenance

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