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Information Sheet of Rice Related Project/Program in CARD First Group Countries
1. Country Niger
2. Title (Full name) The Study on the Development of the Efficient Use and Recycling of Water Resources
3.Location Maourey Kouara Zeno village near Niamey
4. Type of project 3
1. Grant, 2. Loan, 3. Technical Coop./Assistance, 4. National budget, 5. Private sector
5. Fields covered (multiple selection) 3 10
1. Policy, 2. R & D, 3. Extension & Training, 4. Production, 5. Marketing
6. Post-harvest, 7. Irrigation, 8. Credit, 9. Seed, 10. Other ( specify below )
10. Research and Development
6. Fund source
(Funding agency)
7. Cost Total: US$ 4,000,000
8. Project duration Start: 07/2007
(dd/mm/yy) End: 03/2012
9. Goal and objectives Goal: To increase food self-sufficiency and farmers' income in the community
Obj.: To develop efficient agricultural technilogies for "Flood Recession Farming"
10. Target beneficiaries Direct: Rice farmers, extentionists, researchers in the target district of the country
Secondary: Niger and other surrounding countries
11. Project component (activities) 1. Selection of the study site
2. Basic study on the site and analysis of the problems
3. Implementation of verification study
4. Presentation of the guidline for the efficient agricultural technique for "Flood Recession Farming"
12. Expected results (outputs) 1. The guideline for the efficient agricultural technologies for "Flood Recession Farming" will be established.
13. Inputs 1. Experts
2. Training for farmers on site
3. Machinery and equipment s for the study
14. Implementing agency Leading: JIRCAS
Cooperate: Ministry of Agricultural Development, Niger
15. Status of the project 3 1?Pipeline, 2. Approved, 3. On-going, 4. Completed
16. Issues/problems
17. Person in charge Name:Kimio OSUGA e-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Key Word: flood recession farming, recycling of water resources, self-sufficiency