Proposed loan to the Republic of Rwanda for the Kayonza Irrigation and Integrated Watershed Management Project–Phase I (KIIWP1)

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Kayonza Irrigation and Integrated Watershed Management Project - Phase I

The project's overall goal is to contribute to poverty reduction in the drought-prone Eastern Province of Rwanda. The development objective is to sustainably improve the food security and income of 50,000 rural households and boost their climate resilience.

The project will target poor and food insecure rural households and includes specific measures to target the poorest people, and women and youth.

Status: Ongoing
Country
Rwanda
Approval Date
02 May 2019
Duration
2019 - 2022
Sector
Irrigation
Total Project Cost
US$ 24.73 million
IFAD Financing
US$ 17.79 million
Co-financiers (Domestic)
National Government US$ 5.42 million
Beneficiaries US$ 1.53 million
Financing terms
Highly Concessional
Project ID
2000002229
Project Contact
Francesco Rispoli

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Rwanda and IFAD partner to reduce poverty in drought-prone areas

June 2019 - NEWS
About 7,167 poor and food insecure rural households in Rwanda will benefit from a new US$24.7 million project that aims to improve food and nutrition security, climate resilience and raise incomes by increasing production.