Emergency and Rural Development in Sahel: Joint RBA-G5, 4C Challenges (COVID-19, Conflicts and Climate Change)

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Joint Programme for the Sahel in Response to the Challenges of COVID-19, Conflict and Climate Change

The programme initiatives will be targeted at (i) family farms, small-scale producers and herders with low incomes, vulnerable and exposed to the risks of decapitalisation and crises (climatic, economic, health and conflict); (ii) producers', agro-pastoralists' and pastoralists' organisations, as well as their regional networks; (iii) socio-professional groups that are poorly represented in the production systems and often marginalised (in particular women, young people and people with disabilities).

The objective is to "strengthen the livelihoods of small-scale producers, particularly women and youth living in cross-border areas" through the adoption of sustainable production practices and social cohesion and gender transformation approaches. The programme in Senegal will reach a total of 18,000 agro-pastoral households over the six years for a total of approximately 180,000 people, 50 per cent of whom will be adult women and 40 per cent youth of both sexes, who will participate in various initiatives to increase their resilience. The first three-year phase will involve 10,000 households for a total of 100,000 people.

Status: Approved
Country
Senegal
Approval Date
09 December 2020
Duration
2020 - 2049
Sector
Credit and Financial Services
Total Project Cost
US$ 16 million
IFAD Financing
US$ 6.5 million
Financing Gap
US$ 9.5 million
Financing terms
Highly Concessional
Project ID
2000003358
Project Contact
Benoit Mr Thierry

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