|Approval Date||18 Nov 1998|
|Signature Date||20 Jul 1999|
|Planned Completion Date||29 Feb 2004|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||29 Feb 2004|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|Sector||Agriculture and Rural Development|
|DAC Sector Code||31140|
The present intervention concerns the Kimira-Oluch Smallholder Irrigation Development Study. It is designed to contribute to the achievement of self-sufficiency in food production and poverty alleviation. The study should be broad-based and inter-disciplinary covering all matters relevant to a rural development project based on irrigated agriculture. This includes socio-economic planning, technical design, economic and financial Analyses and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). The study should also be undertaken in three broad stages. For ease of reference these stages could be identitied as, the Exploratory and Planning Stage, the Feasibility Study Stage and the Final Project Preparation and Design Stage.
The overall sector goal of the project for which the study is to be undertaken should be to contribute to the achievement of self-sufficiency in food production and poverty alleviation. The objective of the study is to prepare a viable small- holder irrigation project that will be technically, economically, and financially feasible, as well as socially and environmentally acceptable.
The main beneficiaries of the study are the Kenyan State and the authorities of Nyanza province.
African Development Fund
Government Of Kenya
Lake BASIN Development Authority
|Last Update||16 Jan 2020|