The project rehabilitated rural roads, constructed markets, and installed agro-processing equipment. The key outputs of the project are:
- The rehabilitation of 3,089 km of all-weather rural roads
- The rehabilitation of over 200 rural roads
- The construction of 52 rural markets
- The installment of 53 units of assorted agro-processing equipment (14 coffee hullers and 39 maize mills); the planning of an additional 70 facilities (33 rice hullers and 37 milk coolers)
The project took an innovative community and participatory approach. It raised awareness in local communities and mobilized residents to participate in taking inventory, setting priorities, and selecting projects to build or improve agricultural infrastructure and maintain it after completion.