30087-023: Grains Sector Development Project

Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview


Description

The primary goals of the Grain Sector Development Program (GSDP) are to attain sustained growth in grains productivity and grains households' income, reduce the level of rural poverty, and achieve a more cost-effective resource efficient food security through: (i) improving the existing grains policy regime, (ii) strengthening the institutional capacity in providing support services to the grains sector, and (iii) attaining a policy and institutional environment that attracts private sector inve... Read More

Country Philippines
Project Number 30087-023
Project Type or Modality of Assistance
Financing Public sector (Sovereign)
Status
Approval Date 24 Apr 2000
Geographical Location Nationwide coverage.
Sector / Subsector Classification Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
/ Agricultural Production and Markets
Thematic Classification Gender equity

Results Delivered

National highways and provincial, district, and rural roads built or upgraded (kilometers) 16
Land improved through irrigation services, drainage, and flood management (hectares) 2,712

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