The proposed program will result in increased agricultural productivity through improved management of irrigated agriculture in selected provinces and districts in Indonesia. The program will address the following government priorities (i) increased rice production to achieve food security; (ii) diversified and higher value cropping to improve rural livelihoods, and (iii) more productive irrigation infrastructure and its sustainable management. The program will deliver an integrated package of infrastructure, institutional reforms, and capacity development to catalyze sector advances. The program builds from the Asian Development Bank (ADBs) previous Loans 2064/65 INO: The Participatory Irrigation Sector Project (PISP) that closed 31 December 2012.
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