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AP Integrated Irrigation & Agriculture Transformation Project
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Project Data Last Updated: 01/12/2019
IATI Identifier: 44000-P160463
The development objective of Andhra Pradesh Integrated Irrigation and Agriculture Transformation Project for India is to enhance agricultural productivity, profitability and climate resilience of smallholder farmers in selected districts of Andhra Pradesh. This project has four components. 1) The first component, Improving Irrigated Agriculture Efficiency, aims to enhance the water security of individual farms so as to reduce the risks associated with climate variability. It has the following three subcomponents: (i) Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Building of Water User Associations (WUAs); (ii) Rehabilitation and Modernization of the Small-Scale Community-Based Irrigation (SSCBI) Systems; and (iii) Improving Water Productivity and Efficiency. 2) The second component, Promoting Climate-Smart Agricultural Practices, aims to increase on-farm productivity and strengthen farmers resilience to climate change. It has the following two subcomponents: (i) Support to Climate-Smart Crop Production and Diversification; and (ii) Support to Climate-Smart Aquaculture. 3) The third component, Post-harvest Management, Market and Agribusiness Promotion, aims to enhance the profitability of farmers, both men and women, by improving access to markets and capacity to add value to what they produce. 4) The fourth component, Project Management and Capacity Building, aims to support incremental operational costs, monitoring and evaluation (M and E) and impact assessments, financial management, communication, customized Technical assistance (TA), and any special thematic studies identified in the course of the project.
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