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Horticulture Post-harvest Management Specialist for the Proposed Maharashtra Agribusiness Network Project (MAGNET) in India

The proposed Maharashtra Agribusiness Network Project (MAGNET) will support the state government of Maharashtra through a holistic approach combining a project loan and financial intermediation loan modalities.

The project is aligned with the following impacts:

Value Chain and Quality Assurance Specialist for the Proposed Maharashtra Agribusiness Network Project (MAGNET) in India

The proposed Maharashtra Agribusiness Network Project (MAGNET) will support the state government of Maharashtra through a holistic approach combining a project loan and financial intermediation loan modalities.

The project is aligned with the following impacts:

Team Leader Restoration of Peace, Livelihoods and Economic Cycles in Anbar (RePLECA)

Agriculture was the main provider of jobs and livelihoods for Anbar’s rural and semi-rural population. The occupation and the fight against IS have led to widespread destruction of infrastructure and large-scale internal population displacement. The productive and social infrastructure in rural, semi-urban and urban areas has been severely damaged or destroyed, and, for a large part of the population, important prerequisites for peaceful social coexistence, livelihoods and income generation are not met.

Promotion of the Microfinance Sector in Yemen

A devastating civil war is being waged in Yemen, the poorest country in the Arab world along with Sudan. In 2014, the conflicts between Houthi rebels from the north and the interim government escalated. Since that time, Houthi rebels have gained control of most of Yemen’s populated area. A coalition led by Saudi Arabia is fighting the Houthi rebels. Acts of war have destroyed large swaths of infrastructure; there are frequently civilian casualties. In many places, the state is not capable of acting.

German-Chinese Crop Production and Agrotechnology Demonstration Park, Phase II

 

The project is designed as a Public Private Partnership (PPP) project and is funded under the BMEL Bilateral Economic Partnership Programme. Partners are the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Manufacturers of agricultural machinery and inputs (private business partners) and the Jiangsu Provincial Agricultural Reclamation and Development Corporation (SKIAD) - Huanghai Branch.

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