Project

Adaptive Agriculture and Rangeland Rehabilitation Project (A2R2)

Sector

Rural development

Financing chart
Financing Gap (USD)
17,039,000
Target group
72,000
Households
Project target area

Belet Weyne, Baydhaba, Gaalkacyo, Dhuusamarreeb, Cabudwaaq, Kismayo and Bardere

 
Summary
The goal of the Project is to improve incomes, food and nutrition security for the households of small-scale producers in the project area. The Project development objective is to reduce small-scale producers’ vulnerability and enhance their resilience to shocks on their livelihoods in the project areas.
Components and Objectives
A2R2 has three main components:
Component1: Community resilience, climate and conflict risk management. It aims to facilitate communities to understand their environment, nature-based solutions for ecosystems services and natural resources, management and food security and nutrition needs.
Component2: Support for sustainable agricultural productivity and livelihoods. It’s expected outcome is increased and sustainable production and productivity of crop and livestock, leading to positive impacts on livelihoods, food and nutrition security, and household asset ownership.
Component3: Monitoring, evaluation and accountability. It focuses on the monitoring, evaluation and knowledge management approaches of the project and how the results will be used for reporting, decision making and project improvement.
Financing

Total project cost

40,039,000

IFAD financing
 

0.0 %
0

International cofinancing

57.4 %
23,000,000
7,000,000
ASAP+ 2RP Trust Fund
16,000,000
Global Agriculture and Food Security Programme

National cofinancing

0.0 %
0

Financing
gap

42.6 %
17,039,000

Approval date

December 15, 2023

Expected duration

2023 –
2029

Lending terms

Debt Sustainability Framework

Income level

Low Income

Replenishment cycle

IFAD 12

Implementing agency

Sadar Development and Resilience Institute (SADAR)

Contact information

Country Director: 
Omar Ebrima 
Njie 
Email: o.njie@ifad.org