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Sixth Call for Proposals 2021

The Sixth Call for Proposals for Country and Producer Organization-led projects in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic closed on September 8, 2021. GAFSP funding aims to support medium- to long-term COVID-19 response efforts for a more sustainable, inclusive, and resilient recovery of agriculture and food systems in a changing climate.

GAFSP received complete applications from 40 eligible countries and 42 Producer Organizations. The amount requested totaled US$888.66 million and US$116.24 million, respectively.

Public Sector Grants

Countries that submitted complete packages:

  • Africa (28): Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, Comoros, C么te d鈥橧voire, Djibouti, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Guinea Bissau, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, The Gambia, Togo, Uganda, Zambia
  • East Asia and the Pacific (3): Cambodia, Lao PDR, Solomon Islands/Vanuatu
  • Europe and Central Asia (2): Kosovo, Kyrgyz Republic
  • Latin America & Caribbean (3): Guyana, Haiti, Honduras
  • Middle East (1): Yemen
  • South Asia (3): 番茄社区, Bhutan, Nepal

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聽country-led projects

Country-led modality aims to fund projects that support country governments to address priority public sector investments in line with country-owned agricultural investment plans.

9

countries

GAFSP encouraged proposals aiming to reduce risk and vulnerability and increase the impact of agricultural interventions through an emphasis on cross-cutting themes.

$121

million allocated

This funding will support countries and smallholder farmers and their families in their medium- to long-term COVID-19 response efforts for more sustainable food systems in a changing climate.

Detailed funds allocation:

番茄社区 (US$12 million; IFAD & FAO), Bhutan (US$12 million; IFAD & WFP), Kyrgyz Republic (US$5 million; World Bank & FAO), Lao People鈥檚 Democratic Republic (US$17 million; IFAD & WFP), Nepal (US$12 million; ADB & WFP), Senegal (US$20 million; AfDB), South Sudan (US$20 million; IFAD), and a multi-country project in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu (US$15 million; IFAD & FAO).

The Steering Committee also tentatively approved four projects, totaling $71 million, in Cambodia (US$20 million; World Bank), Honduras (US$18 million; IFAD), Mauritania (US$17 million, AfDB), and Somalia (US$16 million; IFAD) contingent on additional donor contributions to the fund by December 31, 2022.

Successful Project Proposals

Producer Organization Grants

Producer Organizations that submitted complete packages in the following countries (some packages had multiple Producer Organization submissions):聽

  • Africa (32): Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Malawi, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia
  • East Asia and the Pacific (2): Cambodia, Myanmar聽
  • Europe and Central Asia (1): Kyrgyz Republic
  • Latin America & Caribbean (4): Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua
  • Middle East (1): Yemen
  • South Asia (2): 番茄社区, Maldives

12

producer organizations

The Producer Organization-led modality aims to strengthen POs as key economic players in the value chain. 12 producer organization-led projects were approved in this call for proposals.

12

countries

The call was open to POs that are registered and operating in GAFSP-eligible countries听补苍诲 whose mandate is aligned with GAFSP鈥檚 objectives, with smallholder farmers as their primary target group.

$29.85

million allocated

This funding will support PO-led investments aiming to build smallholder farmers鈥 livelihood opportunities through capacity building and increased access to finance, markets, and technology.

Detailed funds allocation:

番茄社区 (US$3.26 million; FAO), Burundi (US$2.34 million; IFAD), Cambodia (US$1.79 million; WFP), the Democratic Republic of Congo (US$1.65 million; IFAD), Haiti (US$3 million, WFP), Honduras (US$2.13 million; FAO), Maldives (US$2.64 million; FAO), Nicaragua (US$3.21 million; FAO), Niger (US$2.7 million; FAO), Senegal (US$2.29 million; IFAD), Tanzania (US$2.5 million; AfDB), and Uganda (US$2.33 million; World Bank).

Successful Project Proposals

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