Project for the Restoration of Livelihoods in the Northern Region (PRELNOR) aims to increase income, food security and reduced vulnerability of poor rural households. Its development objective is to increased sustainable production, productivity and climate resilience of smallholder farmers with increased and profitable access to domestic and export markets.
Co-financing needs of PRELNOR are related to infrastructures and the government only expects grant co-financing.
PRELNOR has three components.
Component 1: Rural Livelihoods. It aims to allow poor farm families and youth to increase asset base and resilience by i) community planning and capacity development, and ii) increase production and productivity of food security and marketable crops.
Component 2: Market Linkages and Infrastructure. It aims to allow farmers with surplus crop production to receive increased prices and profitably sell larger volumes of crop products through expanded access to Ugandan andregional markets.
Component 3: Project management and coordination. It aims to ensure the project is efficiently and effectively managed to achieve the expected results.