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Call for Proposals

Thu
12
Jul
2012

The Beira Agricultural Growth Corridor (BAGC) is an initiative of the Government of Mozambique, the private sector and donor agencies to promote increased investments in commercial agriculture and agribusiness within the Beira Corridor. The BAGC has created a Smallholder Support Challenge Fund (SCF) which provides matching grants to eligible organizations for the implementation of innovative models for delivery of agricultural services to market focused smallholder farmers.

The facility will finance a wide range of initiatives involving technology development and transfer, farmer organization and training as well as private sector driven smallholder outgrower schemes. Priority will be given to financing initiatives that can show some impact on beneficiaries within a period of two years.  The BAGC is inviting applications from eligible organisations to prepare and submit proposals to access this facility.

Details on eligibility criteria and guidelines for submitting proposals can be obtained on request from the BAGC Partnership offices in Chimoio and Beira, directly through this website, or through any one of the following contacts:

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Launched at the World Economic Forum at Davos, the Beira Agricultural Growth Corridor (BAGC) is a partnership between governments, private investors, donor agencies and regional organisations which aims to boost agricultural productivity in Mozambique and the wider region. The Beira Corridor has offices and Maputo and can be contacted through this website.

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