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Information Sheet of Rice Related Project/Program in CARD Second Group Countries
1. Country Burkina Faso
2. Title (Full name) Irrigation Project of Bagré/ 600 ha of Land Development Program at the LeftBank of Nakambé
3. Project Location Boulgou Province
4. Type of project 1
2
4

1. Grant, 2. Loan, 3. Technical Coop./Assistance, 4. National budget, 5. Private sector
5. Fields covered (multiple selection) 7.
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.
Social Infrastructures
6. Fund source
(Funding agency)


FAD, BOAD, OPEP, FKDEA (Loan); AFD, FED (Subsidy) and State
7. Cost Total: 18,864 million FCFA
FAD: 10,498; BOAD: 2,520; OPEP: 644; FKDEA: 252; AFD: 3,400; FED:1,320; State: 230


8. Project duration Start:

1996




(dd/mm/yy) End: 2002
9. Goal and objectives Goal: To contribute to the food'self-sufficiency

Obj.: To construct irrigation infrastructure of 600 ha with social infrastructure

10. Target beneficiaries Direct: The agricultural households settled
Secondary:
11. Project component (activities) 1.
Construction of irrigation infrastructures
2.
Construction of social infrastructures
3.
Settlement of agricultural households
4.
Carrying out of the technical and economical study

12. Expected results (outputs) 1.Around 11.890 tons of paddy rice and 3.270 ton of other cereals are producedevery year
2.637 agricultural households are settled
3.Existence of technical and economical study of the Phase II of Bagré
13. Inputs 1.
14. Implementing agency Leading:
Cooperate:
15. Status of the project 4. 1?Pipeline, 2. Approved, 3. On-going, 4. Completed
16. Issues/problems Delay in the execution deadline ; technical and organizational difficulties of thecontractor
17. Person in charge Name: DRABO Boke e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Address: 03 Ouaga BP 703703 Tel:32 40 28
Fax:31 22 09
Key Word:
Social Infrastructures