Pro-poor Value Chain Development Project in the Maputo and Limpopo Corridor (PROSUL)
10/12 - 12/19
This project is part of
This aim of the project is to improve the climate-smart livelihoods of 20,350 smallholder farmers households in the Maputo and Limpopo corridors, comprising 19 selected districts in Gaza, Inhambane and Maputo provinces. Its expected outcome is a sustainable increase in the incomes of farmers producing irrigated vegetables, cassava and livestock including cattle, goats and sheep. With regard to land and natural resource governance, the project supports measures aimed at strengthening land rights of the project’s target groups and at improving the management of land use by Farmers Organisations (FOs) and communities. It supports FO-based analysis of land access and tenure security issues, with special attention given to identifying measures for strengthening land/natural resource rights of poor and vulnerable groups, especially women and youth.