Agriculture, Farmers, and Rural Areas Support Project in the Gia Lai, Ninh Thuan and Tuyen Quang Provinces

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Agriculture, Farmers and Rural Areas Support Project in Gia Lai, Ninh Thuan and Tuyen Quang Provinces

The project will cover 117 poor communes in 16 districts of three provinces: five districts in the province of Tuyen Quang, five districts in Gia Lai and six districts in Ninh Thuan. The target group in the three provinces are poor households and ethnic minority households.

The project's overarching goal is to raise the quality of life for rural people, especially those living in the most disadvantaged areas. The development objective is to secure the sustained and lucrative economic participation of 73,800 ethnic minority and rural poor households living in Tuyen Quang, Gia Lai and Ninh Thuan provinces.

The Tam Nong Support Project will assist in establishing the policy framework and institutional arrangements and in developing the capacities and approaches necessary for the implementation of the Government of Viet Nam's new rural development policy, known as Tam Nong or Resolution 26 on Agriculture, Farmers and Rural Areas.

Status: Closed
Viet Nam
Approval Date
15 December 2010
2010 - 2017
Rural Development
Total Project Cost
US$ 65.36 million
IFAD Financing
US$ 48.35 million
Co-financiers (Domestic)
Beneficiaries US$ 6.14 million
National Government US$ 10.86 million
Financing terms
Highly Concessional
Project ID
Project Contact
Thomas Rath

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