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Evaluation and proposal of a strategy for the implementation of the Sustainable Rural Project - Phase II

(2018) The Sustainable Rural Project  – Phase I (PRS-I) is a Technical Cooperation (TC) funded by the International Climate Fund via the Ministry of Agriculture, Food , Fisheries and Rural Affairs of the British Government (DEFRA), with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) being its beneficiary, and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) the organization responsible for the execution and financial management. The objective of the PRS-I is to improve land and forest management by rural producers in the Brazilian Amazon and Atlantic Forest biomes for sustainable rural development, poverty reduction, biodiversity conservation and climate protection. Technical Cooperation also aims to promote the implementation of a large-scale project that can, in addition to contributing to the development of the ABC Plan and Program, expand the use of low-carbon technologies for small and medium-sized rural producers. Approved in 2013, the PRS-I was in its fifth year of execution in 2018 and one of its developments would be the implementation of Phase II (PRS-II), now for the Cerrado biome. In this context, the GPP carried out the survey and analysis of evidence for the design and implementation of the PRS-II, as well as proposed methodologies for monitoring the results, training technical assistance agents and rural producers, and technical assistance and rural extension for this new phase of the Project.


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