District Livelihoods Support Programme

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District Livelihoods Support Programme

District Livelihoods Support Programme

The programme builds on the achievements of the District Development Support Programme, completed in 2006, and scales up the decentralized development approach in 13 districts that encompass a population of almost 2 million poor people. The target group includes landless people, small-scale farmers and fishers, and, in particular, women and youth.

The programme was designed to fit within the framework of several key government policies, and specifically supports the objectives of the Local Government Sector Investment Plan. To accelerate decentralization, the programme works to support local economic development and strengthen the capacity of district governments to foster community development. Activities focus on community mobilization, agriculture and land management, and the development of access roads and water infrastructure. IFAD’s overall loan includes a supplementary loan of US 18 million. The programme is directly supervised by IFAD.


Source: IFAD


Estado: Cerrado
País
Uganda
Fecha de aprobación
14 diciembre 2006
Duración
2006 - 2014
Sector
Desarrollo rural
Costo total del proyecto
USD 50,88 millones
Financiación del FIDA
USD 47,83 millones
Cofinanciadores (Nacional)
National Government USD 2,42 millones
Condiciones de financiación
Condiciones muy favorables
N.º del proyecto
1100001369
Contacto del proyecto
Alessandro Marini

Informes del Presidente

Informes sobre el diseño de los proyectos

Documentos de supervisión y apoyo a la ejecución

Documentos de supervisión y apoyo a la ejecución

Evaluación del impacto ambiental y social

Auditoría y Estados Financieros

Informe del examen interino (mitad de período)

Marco de acción para el reasentamiento

Resúmenes de informes

Estudios específicos

Proyectos enumerados

Auditoría y Estados Financieros

Informe de finalización del proyecto

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