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Increasing the resilience of small producers of rice, vegetables and yam in Upper Guinea.

Guinea

Total initiative costs

€ 1,021,095.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 1,021,095.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 26.11.2015

Status

25 Complete
25%

Guinea


Location

Region of realization Upper Guinea City construction Kankan, Kouroussa, Siguiri, Mandiana and Kerouane

Main outcome

Nine hundred familiar units improve quality and quantity of production of rice, vegetables and yams according to the principles of agro-ecology. Fitting with nutrition programs provided by the government, with policies for agricultural development of the country and with the Italian system of international cooperation.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010333
Purpose Agricultural development
Sector III.1.a. Agriculture, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority MAS, FUCPIS-HG, FUPRORIZ-HG, FUMA-HG, CNOP-G
Representative pasqualino.procacci@esteri.it
Other financiers COMUNITA' IMPEGNO SERVIZIO VOLONTARIO, OnG: 197700.0 Others (CNOP-G, FUMA-HG, FUPRORIZHG, FUCPIS-HG, Cooperativa MAS Parco Tecnologico Padano): 197930.0

Beneficiaries

The initiative identifies three groups of direct beneficiaries: 900 producers / golds agricultural rice, vegetables and yam associated in 45 unions distributed among organizations Productive SMOKING (15), FUPRORIZ-HG (15), FUCPIS-HG (15) and 5 prefectures Upper Guinea; 5 Shopping Agricultural; 5 cells technical counterparts such as project CNOP-G HG-SMOKING, FUPRORIZ-HG, and HG-FUCPIS MAS composed by an average of 5 technicians, each specializing in its field of operation; currently all they come from families of local producers 90% have between 30 and 40 years old and 30% are women. The indirect beneficiaries are represented primarily by all members of the three associations, approximately 67000 (including 32000 women) and their families (estimated around 120000 people) and, secondly, by the local population of 5 prefectures Upper Guinea.

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