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Moldova Agricultural Competitiveness Project Third Additional Financing

Results achieved by producer groups discussed at a roundtable

A new roundtable organized by MAC-P for producer groups

About MACP

The Project Development Objective is to enhance the competitiveness of the country’s agro-food sector by supporting the modernization of the food safety management system; facilitating market access for farmers; and mainstreaming agro-environmental and sustainable land management practices. The PDO will be achieved through activities aimed at: (i) strengthening country capacity to manage the increasingly complex food safety agenda; (ii) increasing levels of farmer organization and improving post-harvest infrastructure; and (iii) promoting adoption of sustainable land management practices by farmers and ensuring a strengthened response by the authorities to soil degradation challenges.
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10 Success Stories

Moldova Agricultural Competitiveness Project has published its first ”Success Stories”. The booklet presents 10 stories of MACP beneficiaries, who managed to achieve significant progress due to project support.

GENERATION PASET

Due to a fruitfull partnership with local public administration, youth from regions with donors’ support offered a chance to more than 3000 young people to benefit annually of servcies provided by 25 youth resource centres and 25 youth-led NGOs. This brochure contains only 10 success stories, which could serve as good incentive for other similar initiatives to be launched at local level.

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NFSA functional
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IT systems developed and installed
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Cold storage facilities and 5 dryers
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PG financed and 26 PG recognized by MARDE
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SLM practices
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financed beneficiaries
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types of products (apples, plums, grapes)
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direct beneficiaries
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women beneficiaries
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