Project for Rural Income through Exports
The Project for Rural Income through Exports will benefit smallholder farmers, and especially woman-headed households and households with little land, involved in the production of coffee, tea, sericulture and horticulture, which is estimated to amount to 128,700. households
The goal of the project is to raise the income of smallholder farmers.
In particular, it will:
- achieve sustainable increased returns to farmers from key export-driven agricultural value chains, through increased volumes and quality of production, improved marketing and effective farmer organisations;
- strengthen producer cooperatives as full-fledged economic partners of the private sector.
15 September 2011
2011 - 2020
Total Project Cost
US$ 65.85 million
US$ 57.2 million
National Government US$ 5.07 million
Private sector local US$ 2.8 million
DSF Grant/Highly Concessional