|Approval Date||15 Dec 1997|
|Signature Date||16 Feb 1998|
|Planned Completion Date||30 Jun 2008|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Jun 2008|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|Sector||Agriculture and Rural Development|
|DAC Sector Code||31110|
The Middle Bani Plains Development Programme (PMB) was in keeping with the Government strategy aimed at contributing to the country’s food security through water management. The programme objective was to increase agricultural production by developing the Middle Bani Plains in two phases over a 10-year period. The objective of the first phase was to develop 7,850 hectares, comprising 4,750 hectares of rice fields using the controlled flooding irrigation technque, 350 hectares of rice fields using the total controlled flooding technique, and 2,470 hectares with bourgou pastures.
The sector goal was to contribute to attaining food security for the country. The PMB intended to carry out, in two phases over a 10-year period, the development of 20, 320 ha of rice fields through irrigation by controlled flooding, improvement and management of 4,290 ha of aquatic pasture (bourgou plants for the development of livestock) and 490 ha of fish farming ponds basins. Phase I of the PMB, which is the subject of this completion report, was to make it possible to develop 4,750 ha of rice fields using the controlled flooding technique, and 350 ha of rice fields using full water control technique; 380 ha of fis farming ponds and 2,470 ha of bourgou pastures for an estimated production of 14,000 t of rice and 760 t of meat. The PMB was further to become involved in environmental restoration and judicious water resource management. The objectives were to be attained through 4 components, namely: A. Irrigation development; B. Agricultural and rural development; C. Operation and support measures; and D. Programme management.
Net farmers and women.
African Development Fund
Government Of Mali
Ministère de l’Agriculture/ Direction Nationale du Génie Rural
|Last Update||27 Sep 2020|