Market Access and Rural Enterprise Development Programme
Program that seeks to increase the income of young unemployed or self-employed people in 50 selected rural communities. To this end they are provided with access to technical assistance and training that allow them to generate economic activities in agriculture and non-agricultural.
|Classification||Labor market and wages|
Increase the income of unemployed or autonomous youth in rural areas by:
|Components and/or products||
Generation of human and social capital and inclusion of vulnerable groups
Through this component, the program promotes / supports:
Market access and development initiatives
This component focuses on increasing income groups identified by strengthening and establishing competitive, profitable and sustainable rural businesses; and job opportunities. Thus better connections and better access to productive market chains are created. This is achieved through the following sub-components:
Women, men and youth in the rural sector who are employed (part time or full time) at:
Around 12,360 people benefit from the program.
Total: USD$7.5 million.
|Executing organism||Ministry of Finance, Planning, Economic Development, Trade, Energy & Cooperatives|
Gobierno de Granada International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
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