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Partnership to Strengthen Resilience of 80,000 Senegalese Farmers

ICCO Cooperation and the Mastercard Foundation have joined forces to support smallholder farmers in Senegal who were left reeling from the impact of COVID-19. The COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Agrifinance Project (CORRAP), co-created with Senegalese producers, aims to support smallholders to recover from the pandemic and emerge stronger and more resilient to future crises and shocks. Read more

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Farmers involved in projects from producer organizations, ADC, NINABA and FEPROBA in Kolda, South Senegal. An anticipated 80,000 smallholder farmers across 11 regions in Senegal will benefit from the COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Agrifinance Project (CORRAP) as their resilience is strengthened and their resources are mobilized to produce in the next two agricultural campaigns.

The COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Project (CORRAP) will see several stakeholders (ICCO Cooperation, the Mastercard Foundation, producer organizations, stakeholders in the rice, millet, sorghum, maize and cowpea value chains, as well as potato and onion producers) combine their efforts to facilitate sustainable access to quality inputs for smallholder farmers.


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