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Guinea Bissau - Value Chains, Agricultural and Rural Entrepreneurship Support Project (PACVEAR) Approved - Appraisal Report
Project Overview: the Value Chains, Agricultural and Rural Entrepreneurship Support Project (PACVEAR) will be implemented in three regions, namely Bafata, Oio and Gabu, in northern and eastern Guinea-Bissau. The project’s objective is to improve the rice and market gardening subsector production environment, and promote enterprises in all targeted subsector value chain links to create sustainable jobs and increase rural income.
The project will be implemented over five years (November 2019 to December 2024). The total project cost, exclusive of taxes and customs duties, is UA 10.62 million (XOF 8.607 billion) financed through a UA 5.46 million Transition Support Facility (TSF) grant (51%), a UA 3.04 million TSF loan (29%) and a UA 1.06 million African Development Fund (ADF) loan (10%).