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Boosting Agriculture in Haiti

Agriculture represents 25% of Haiti's economy, down from 45% just a decade ago. The country, still recovering from a massive quake two years ago, is now using a grant from the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program to improve food security and agriculture incomes for Haitians.
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Programme National D'investissement et de Securite Alimentaire (PNIASA)

Présentation globale du PNIASA et des domaines d'intervention des 3 premiers projets qui ont été élaborés pour soutenir sa mise en oeuvre. Il s'agit (i) du Projet d'Appui au Développement Agricole du Togo (PADAT) ; (ii) du Projet d'Appui au Secteur Agricole (PASA) ; et (iii) du Programme de Productivité Agricole en Afrique de l'Ouest (PPAAO-Togo). Ces trois projets ont mobilisé un financement total de 112,5 millions de dollars auprès des bailleurs, y compris: la Banque mondiale; le FIDA; la BOAD; la BIDC, et des fonds fiduciaires internationaux tels que le GAFSP, et le GFRP.
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GAFSP: Boosting Food Security

The Global Agriculture and Food Security Program aims at creating long-term food security for low-income countries. This video featured in Busan, Korea at the fourth High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, November 29, 2011 -December 1, 2011.
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Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP)

The GAFSP is a fund with the objective to act as a "gap filler" between a country's existing public sector investment programme and their long term investment requirements to achieve food security. This video looks at how the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program helps achieve food security.

Public Sector Media Contact

Ms. Kimberly Parent

Communications Officer
GAFSP Public Sector Window

Based in Washington, D.C.

Private Sector Media Contact

Ms. Caitriona Palmer 

Senior Communications and Outreach Specialist 
GAFSP Private Sector Window

Based in Washington, D.C.

Where We Work

GAFSP targets funding to countries with the greatest needs and the best capacities to use such funding.

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