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Project Title:
National Horticulture and Livestock Project
Grant Amount:
$190 million
Approval Date:
December 22, 2012
Closing Date:
December 31, 2018

Project Objective:

The development objective of the National Horticulture and Livestock Project is to promote adoption of improved production practices by target farmers, with gradual rollout of farmer-centric agricultural services systems and investment support.

Program Summary

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The Project: The ARTF funded NHLP is a follow-on project to the Horticulture and Livestock Project. The National Horticulture and Livestock Project (NHLP) was approved by ARTF Management Committee to provide support in an amount of US$ 100 million, with an initial allocation of US$ 50 million, to the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. The project contributes to the overarching goal of increased productivity and overall production of horticultural products and improved animal production and health. The technical strategy for achieving this objective is based on the delivery of extension and investment support through strengthened systems. The National Horticulture and Livestock Project (NHLP) has three components: (1) Horticultural Production, (2) Animal Production and Health, and (3) Implementation Management and Technical Assistance Support. These activities are implemented in 100 focus districts spread over time as conditions warrant in up to 22 target provinces.

The Project contributes to the Agriculture Production and Market Development Program –the National Priority Program 2 (NPP2).

Expected Results

  1. 97500 Target farmers exposed to a horticulture production practice and understand it and its benefits;
  2. 6000 Orchards rehabilitated (ha) directly and indirectly, benefiting 30,000 people;
  3. 8000 New Orchards (including vineyards) established with at least 70% survival rate;
  4. 133,000 Target farmers exposed to a practice and understand it and its benefits;
  5. 50% of the target farmers adopting regular livestock inoculation (or VFUs stocking inputs recommended in extension messages).
National Horticulture and Livestock Project
National Horticulture and Livestock Project