Asia (excl. CIS)

China_Agrotechnology Demonstration Park – DCALDP-Project

The development objective of the project is to support the development of Chinese agriculture through further training and demonstrations in the field of modern, sustainable plant production.

The aim of the project is to provide managers and employees of the Chinese agricultural sector with practical knowledge on sustainable agricultural methods and modern agricultural technology through further training and demonstrations in DCALDP and to apply this knowledge.

Vanuatu_Technical Assistance for the Vanuatu Value Chain Programme

The main goal of the project is the Provision of technical assistance to support relevant line ministries in Vanuatu, including the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Bio Security (MALFFB), the Ministry of Tourism, Trade, Commerce and Ni-Vanuatu Business (MTTCNVB) and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM), to implement the Vanuatu value chain programme, which is a rural development sector reform contract targeting key agricultural value chains in Vanuatu, including coconuts, cattle and fruits and vegetables.

Palestine_Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Energy Finance (SUNREF)

The French Development Agency (AFD) has developed a green finance product called SUNREF (Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Energy Finance) whose objective is to mobilize the financial sector of partner countries for renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) investments as well as investments increasing overall environmental performance (reduction of pollutant emissions, environmental compliance, recycling).

Timor-Leste_ Coffee Value Chain

Coffee is Timor-Leste’s largest non-oil export and is grown by 38% of all households. The Government of Timor-Leste has recognized the strategic importance of the coffee sector and is working with industry stakeholders and development partners to formulate a comprehensive plan for the development of the sector.

Timor-Leste_ Coffee Value Chain

Coffee is Timor-Leste’s largest non-oil export and is grown by 38% of all households. The Government of Timor-Leste has recognized the strategic importance of the coffee sector and is working with industry stakeholders and development partners to formulate a comprehensive plan for the development of the sector.

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