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Promote rural development and food security in SNNPRS and Oromya Regions

Ethiopia

Initiative timeframe: 2013/2017

Total initiative costs

€ 998,443.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 998,443.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 10.11.2015

Status

50 Complete
50%

Ethiopia


Location

The project is implemented in 3 districts in SNNPRS (Alaba, East Badewacho, West Badewacho) and 3 in Oromiya (Shashamene, Shala, Siraro)

The project aims at contributing to the improvement of socio-economic conditions of rural communities in 6 districts of Oromiya and SNNPRS through fostering local agricultural production. Project activities seek to transform the current subsistence agriculture into a modern system with higher productivity and production, better incomes to farmers, stronger linkages with the market, adequate extension services and a participatory planning process that can improve the role of producers and public authorities in the agricultural sector. This approach is eventually aimed at improving the contribution of agriculture to the whole country’s economy. read more close

Main outcome

Increasing productivity, production and commercialization of agricultural products in the targeted areas, as well as improving governance of the local agricultural value chain through better collaboration between public and private actors involved.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010173
Purpose Agricultural development
Sector III.1.a. Agriculture, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Oromiya Bureau of Agriculture, SNNPRS Bureau of Agriculture
Representative Fabio.melloni@esteri.it
Other financiers LVIA: 405000.0

Beneficiaries

6200 smallholder farmers organized in cooperatives and traditional associations (“iddirs”); 140 representatives of local authorities; 120 representatives of local private sector

Beneficiaries of which females 50.0%

Project proposal (Download)

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Date July 10, 2013

Delay in the start of short rainy season

Impossibility for farmers to prepare compost to be used during sowing time (June-July)

Actions taken

Trainers have been giving instructions on alternatives to traditional compost (e.g. urea, “enset” leaves) to adopt in case the rains are further delayed

DGCS

Status Concluded
Type Contributions
Procedure Call for Proposal
Procurement notice Tender preparation