Loan to Improve Agricultural Performance

The World Bank approves two credits to improve Mozambique's agricultural performance

The Executive Board of the World Bank has approved two credits for a total of US$50 million to improve Mozambique's agricultural performance.

The loans are intended to boost the country’s efforts to improve the performance of commercial agriculture and smallholder farmers, while also improving people's food and nutrition security.

One of the loans, for US$50 million, will support the government's First Agriculture Development Policy Operation, described as the first of three operations designed to promote private sector-led agriculture in order to improve access to food and better nutrition.

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Source: 
All Africa

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