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 Program Resume - Overview of AHAP Economic Opportunities (MC)

 Duration: 31.08.1999 - 29.11.2002
 Location: Agcabedi
Agdam
Agdash
Agstafa
Agsu
Ali-Bayramli
Astara
Baku
Balakan
Barda
Beylagan
Bilasuvar
Dashkasan
Davatchi
Djalilabad
Fizuli
Gabala
Gadabey
Ganja
Gax
Gazakh
Gobustan
Goranboy
Goychay
Guba
Gusar
Hacigabul
Imishli
Ismailly
Jalilabad
Kalbadjar
Khachmaz
Khankandi
Khanlar
Khizi
Kurdamir
Lachin
Lankaran
Lerik
Masalli
Mingachevir
Naftalan
Nakhchivan
Neftchala
Oquz
Saatly
Sabirabad
Salyan
Samuh
Shamaha
Shamkir
Sheki
Shusha
Siyazan
Sumgait
Tartar
Tovuz
Ujar
Yardimli
Yevlah
Zagatala
Zerdeb
 Sectors: Capacity building
Community development
Food aid
Health
Health care services

Updated: September 1, 1999

IP

CAD

WV

ACDI/VOCA

ARC

CARE GR3

ADRA

Location 1. Agdash
2. Oguz
3. Sheki
4. Yevlakh
1. Baku
2. Gazakh
3. Imishli
4. Sumgait
5. Ganje
6. Hajikend
7. Mingechevir
8. Goranboy
1. Agcabedi
2. Agdam
3. Imishli
4. Oguz
5. Yevlakh
6. Agdash
7. Beylegan
8. Mingechevir
9. Sheki
10. Berda
1. Agdam
2. Agstafa
3. Barda
4. Gadebey
5. Gazakh
6. Terter
7. Tovuz
1. Goranboy 1. Nakhichevan   Autonomous Region
Purpose Increase Agricultural Income for 500 IDPs families with Loans, Business & Agricultural Training Increase Access to Credit & Business Skills for 3,020 IDPs Or vulnerable locals Offer IG Opportunities through Food Preservation Training & Small Scale Processing Lines for 2000 IDPs Increase agricultural income for 9200 families through Agricultural inputs Revitalize the Agriculture Sector within the 3 clusters of Goranboy with 1040 clients Increase Agricultural Income for 820 Families through Loans & Business & Agricultural Training
Major Components

Grants & or Loans

1. LOANS scheme to support new & existing Agricultural enterprises

Grants & or Loans

1. MICRO LOANS to individuals
a) Start-up $300-600 6 months @3%/month
b) Repeat $400-1,500 12 months @2.5%/month
c) Advanced $400-1,200 12 months @2.5%/month
2. PILOT SMALL LOANS
$2,500-10,000, 6-12months, @2%/month

Grants & or Loans

1. Set up 2 SMALL-SCALE PROCESSING SYSTEMS
2. SUPPORT PRODUCTION of Specialty Fruits & Vegetables for IDPs

Grants & or Loans

1. Provide AGRICULTURAL INPUTS
a) Potato seedlings
b) Vegetable seeds

Grants & or Loans

1. Grant of equipment & seeds to 100 point farmers
2. Grant/loan combo for equipment & ag inputs to 840 client farmers
3. Grant for vocational Scholarship For 9 students
4. Grant for seeds for 200 Kitchen Gardeners

Grants & or Loans

1. LOANS scheme to establish new or improve existing Agricultural Enterprises
a) Category 1 :Food Production 10 Months
b) Category 2: Food Processing 4 Months
c) Category 3: Agri-related 4 months

Training & Technical Assistance

2. TRAIN clients in agriculture techniques, farm management, business skills
3. MARKET RESEARCH to Enterprises

Training & Technical Assistance

3. Development of 3 BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS for Market Information
4. Further DEVELOPMENT OF MIS

Training & Technical Assistance

3. TRAINING of Trainers
4. TRAIN IDPs on Food Preservation & Marketing & Specialty Fruit & Vegetable Production

Training & Technical Assistance

Training & Technical Assistance

5. Train 100 point farmers
6.
Dissemination of info from point Farmers to client farmers
7. Train 200 kitchen gardeners
8. Train 11 groups on business

Training & Technical Assistance

2. TRAIN farmers on agriculture techniques, farm management, business skills

Community Participation

4. FORM Farmer Groups

Community Participation

5. ESTABLISH local NGO

Community Participation

5. ESTABLISH marketing groups

Community Participation

Community Participation

9. Form 3 farmers association to manage seed bank, & equipment loans

Community Participation

3. FORMATION OF 3 Community Based Organizations

Implement. Model Direct Direct Direct Direct by AmRC and ICRC Initially by GR3 later by Farmers Association Direct
Loan/Grant Purpose Agriculture Enterprises fixed assets, working capital, raw materials not applicable Agriculture inputs Agriculture inputs and equipment Agriculture & Agri-related businesses
Clients IDP farmers, 50:50 male/female 80% IDPs 20% N-K victims (40% Female) IDPs, 90% women, 10% men Vulnerable frontline population Vulnerable population Vulnerable local families
Loan Size $300 Individual, $700 for groups See above not applicable not applicable $350-1000, 10-50% grant $300 - $700
Interest Rate 3% per month on flat basis 2-3% per month on flat basis not applicable not applicable No interest 3% per month on declining basis
Repay't Rate 85%, 10% of profit reinvested 90% or higher not applicable not applicable 80% 95%
Collateral 100% of loan value 100% of loan value not applicable not applicable To be identified later To be identified later
EOPS: 18 months ending 9/99 18 months ending 9/99 13 months ending 10/99 7 months ending 11/98 19 months ending 10/00 21 months ending 10/00
  • 500 loans issued
  • 500 new ag. enterprises established
  • 330 clients reinvest 10% profit
  • 425 of farmers will meet obligations with CAD
  • 500 clients receive training
  • 500 clients able to formulate farm management & accounting plans
  • 100 clients identified as Contact Farmers for providing TA
  • 3,000 Individual businesses started or expanded
  • 3,000-4500 IDPs employed
  • 20 Small business loans
  • 300 Training sessions for 3000 clients in business, marketing, finance
  • 3 informal business associations will be established & be source of market information
  • 1 Local NGO established & self-Sustaining
  • 1700 IDPs trained in food preservation processing & marketing
  • 300 IDPs receive training in specialty fruit & vegetable
  • 2 Small-scale processing lines set up to process & market IDP produced food
  • Clients will see 25% rise in family income
  • 25% increase in shelf life of preserved foods
  • 50% increase in fresh & preserved foods sold
  • 25% increase in clients involved In Income generation
  • 30 business plans as result of training
  • 30 marketing groups organized
  • 9000-9500 families access seeds and seedlings
  • Increase in income &/or savings for 9000-9500 families
  • 840-940 farmers having 45% increase in crop yields
  • Land under cultivation increases 1,130 (70%)
  • 200 Kitchen gardeners receive inputs & improve productivity via business & technical training
  • 9 vocational students trained & graduate
  • 3 Farmers Association formed & managing seed bank
  • 820 agri-enterprises formed thru groups
  • 12 business & agricultural training sessions
  • 1500 people attend training sessions
  • 3 Community Based Groups Identified for capacity building training
  • 25 self-help initiatives as result Of training
  • 2460 jobs created
  • 150 individuals access implements or tools
Linkages Local consultants from ACDI/VOCA Community centers in camps WV PBR in Baku IRC & CAD, ACDI/VOCA Volunteers, Agro-Maslahat Consultants AzRC through ICRC    
Coordination WV, RI, Oxfam but only CAD Focusing on purely Agriculture NGOs operating in same areas IRC in Imishli, NHE in Ganje NGOs operating in same areas IFRC, UNHCR, WFP/WV NGOs operating in same area IOM


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