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Successful Project Proposals


  • In Bangladesh, GAFSP funds totaling $20 million will help improve the food security of smallholder farmers and promote sustainable, inclusive, climate-resilient, and nutrition-sensitive agriculture practices. 
  • In Bhutan, $13 million in funding will commercialize the value chains of select agriculture commodities to contribute to post-COVID-19 economic recovery and the development of resilient food systems. 
  • In the Kyrgyz Republic, GAFSP funds totaling $5 million will strengthen producer organizations, farmers’ organizations, and agribusinesses to expand their productive and organizational capacity, improve their climate resilience, and participate in emerging agri-food clusters. 
  • In Lao People’s Democratic Republic, $17 million in GAFSP funding will improve and diversify vulnerable communities’ nutritional and socio-economic situation, adopt gender-transformative practices, build resilience to climate conditions, and improve production and marketing capacities. 
  • In Nepal, an investment of $12 million will improve the livelihoods and food security of poor households in targeted communities and enhance their access to agriculture markets and financial services. 
  • In Senegal, GAFSP funds totaling $20 million will enhance food and nutrition security and increase smallholder farmer incomes in five targeted regions. 
  • In South Sudan, $20 million in funding will enhance the capacity of Producer Organizations to improve social cohesion and serve as effective value chains actors and partners. 
  • In the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, GAFSP funds totaling $15 million will support a multi-country project to improve nutrition and increase farm incomes from resilient farming systems in rural communities. 

Producer Organizations

  • In Bangladesh, a $3.26 million grant to Sara Bangla Krishak Society (SBKS) will improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in climatic hotspots and strengthen their resilience to public health and climate-induced crises in targeted areas.  
  • In Burundi, a $2.34 million grant to Confédération des Associations des Producteurs Agricoles pour le Développement (CAPA) will support a target group of smallholder farmers to strengthen their resilience against the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic while sustainably improving their income and food security. 
  • In the Democratic Republic of Congo, a $1.65 million grant to Confédération Paysanne du Congo (COPACO-PRP) will sustainably improve smallholder farmers’ income and food security affected by the COVID-19 and climate change crises.   
  • In Haiti, a $3.0 million grant to Réseaux des Organisations de Producteurs et Productrices de la Grand’Anse (ROPAGA) will increase smallholder farmers’ food security and resilience in a target area, supporting them to build back better and sustain farmers’ livelihoods in a post-disaster and climate change context. 
  • In Honduras, a $2.13 million grant to Alternative Community Economy Network (COMAL) will improve climate resilience and food security through economic empowerment and agricultural system transformation in three target areas in Dry Corridor. 
  • In the Maldives, a $2.64 million grant to Addu Meedhoo Cooperative Society (AMCS) will develop economically viable Producer Organizations, empowering them to take a stronger role in the agriculture value chains. The project will also contribute to a resilient and robust food system, help overcome the severe impacts of climate change, and help build back better from the impacts of the COVID-19. 
  • In Niger, a $2.71 million grant to Fédération des Unions de Groupements Paysans du Niger (FUGPN-Mooriben) will improve the income, food security, and nutrition in seven communes in select regions by strengthening grassroots Producer Organizations and their unions, emphasizing women and youth as drivers of economic and social development. 
  • In Senegal, a $2.29 million grant to National Council for Concertation and Rural Cooperation (CNCR) will increase the income of young entrepreneurs and their families’ food and nutrition security by increasing agricultural productivity and strengthening poultry Producer Organizations. 
  • In Tanzania, a $2.5 million grant to Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima (MVIWATA) will increase household incomes, address nutritional challenges arising from COVID-19, and reduce post-harvest losses by developing food supply services around horticulture production areas. 
  • In Uganda, a $2.4 million grant to Soroti Sweet potato Producers and Processors Association (SOSPPA) will build the resilience of the rural economy and livelihoods in select regions of Eastern Uganda by improving farmers’ market access and providing processing and value-addition support while also increasing productivity and production of select crops. 
  • In Cambodia, a $1.79 million grant to Cambodian Agriculture Cooperative Corporation Plc. (CACC) will support smallholder farmers’ recovery from COVID-19 in the most impoverished provinces by developing value chains and improving food security and nutrition. 
  • In Nicaragua, a $3.21 million grant to National Union of Farmers and Ranchers (UNAG) will increase agricultural income and food security for smallholder farmers and aid recovery from COVID-19 impact in selected areas of the Dry Corridor.