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Second National Fadama Development Project 
 
The objective of the Second National Fadama Development Project is to sustainably increase the incomes of fadama users -- those who depend directly or indirectly on fadama resources, i.e., farmers, pastoralists, fishers, hunters, gatherers, and service providers -- by empowering communities to take charge of their own development agenda, and by reducing conflict between fadama users. Fadamas -- the hausa name for irrigable land -- are flood plains and low-lying areas underlined by shallow aquifers, found along Nigeria's river systems. The capacity building component will support measures to build capacity of Fadama community associations (FCAs), and their constituent Economic Interest Groups (EIGs) - Fadama User Groups (FUGs), so as to be able, and equipped to access Project advisory services and financing. Financing will be directed, and comprise, at minimum, an agreed list of priority public infrastructure subprojects that are technically, and economically feasible, and environmentally sustainable. The rural infrastructure investment component, will finance the construction, or rehabilitation of eligible small-scale infrastructure subprojects specified as priorities. Pilot productive asset acquisition support will enhance the improvements in fadama users' productivity, and income, by facilitating the acquisition of productive assets by individuals, or fadama user groups. This objective would be achieved by supporting the clients' enterprise management skills, their capacity to mobilize own funds, and, by providing matching grants for income-generating activities to fadama user groups. The fourth component supports advisory services that will enable fadama users to adopt output-enhancing techniques, and more profitable marketing practices in their fadama enterprises. The Project will finance: (a) advisory services that will accompany new investment activities in fadama areas on request by the user groups; and, (b) advisory services that will support ongoing activities by fadama users. The last component consists of three subcomponents: project management, support to the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD, and, monitoring and evaluation activities.** 
  Last Updated  August 27 2014
Basic Information
Project StatusClosed 
Region Africa 
Country/AreaNigeria 
Major Sector (Sector) (%) Health and other social services (Other social services) (36%) 
  Agriculture, fishing, and forestry (Irrigation and drainage) (30%) 
  Agriculture, fishing, and forestry (Crops) (12%) 
  Transportation (Roads and highways) (12%) 
  Agriculture, fishing, and forestry (Agricultural extension and research) (10%) 
Old Major SectorN/A  
Old SectorN/A  
Env CategoryA  
Project IDP063622 
Bank Team Lead (Last Name, First)Adubi, Abimbola  
Approval Date16-DEC-2003  
Closing Date31-DEC-2009  
Borrower/RecipientGOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA  
Implementing AgencyFEDERAL MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & RURAL DEVELOPMENT (FMARD)  

Financial
Main Loan/Credit #38380  
IBRD Commitment *
IDA Commitment *100 
IBRD + IDA Commitment *100 
Grant Amount *
Total Project Cost *125.37 
Product LineIBRD/IDA 
Lending InstrumentSpecific Investment Loan 

Development Outcomes And Goals
Targeted Thematic Outcomes...Supporting this Broader Dev't Goal
GenderPromote gender equality & empower women (MDG); Empowerment, security & social inclusion (CAP)
Participation and civic engagementEmpowerment, security & social inclusion (CAP)
Rural policies and institutionsN/A (CAP)
Rural services and infrastructureN/A (CAP)
Other accountability/anti-corruptionPublic sector governance (CAP)
Available Project Documents***
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Project Performance Assessment Report (PPAR), Vol.1 of 1 -26-JUN-2014 
Implementation Completion and Results Report (ICR), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JUN-2010 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -12-FEB-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -11-FEB-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -11-FEB-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -28-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -22-JAN-2008 
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 1 -01-JAN-2008 
Credit Agreement (CA), Vol. -17-FEB-2004 
Project Information Document (PID), Vol.1 -24-NOV-2003 
Project Appraisal Document (PAD), Vol.1 of 1 -18-NOV-2003 
Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet (ISDS), Vol.1 -21-AUG-2003 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.1 of 1 -24-JUN-2003 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.1 of 2 -23-JUN-2003 
Resettlement Plan (RPL), Vol.1 -28-MAR-2003 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.2 of 2 -28-MAR-2003 
 
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