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  • Page 4 and 5: PBDJEc'r PAPER GUYANA: SMALL FAR DE
  • Page 6 and 7: 5. Project Component 3udgets A. Tec
  • Page 8 and 9: I: irrigation and drainage sytems,
  • Page 10 and 11: =Z. the A.I.D. grant. The budget fo
  • Page 12 and 13: V F. S-as y-rRationale 1. Project R
  • Page 14 and 15: vIz In addition, thousands of labor
  • Page 16 and 17: Ix Tertiary beneficiaries may be br
  • Page 18 and 19: . Alternative Strategies Laud suita
  • Page 20 and 21: the Project Team concludes that the
  • Page 22 and 23: X7 co Prior to any d:Ubtuucm or the
  • Page 24 and 25: PA PJEC. --- ITTION L Cronoloqy of
  • Page 26 and 27: -3- The sail~s of and the area slig
  • Page 28 and 29: Present drains Practices, are pract
  • Page 30 and 31: -7­ (4) Zn ul. - Fe"IMzez. Pestici
  • Page 32 and 33: -9­ as an applicatons effective an
  • Page 34 and 35: -I- It is essential that the ZM nt
  • Page 36 and 37: -13­ additional annual capacity of
  • Page 38 and 39: The M4C has a weekly farmers collec
  • Page 40 and 41: -17- Polder is -ot specifically a p
  • Page 42 and 43: -19- In the Frontlands,' rice const
  • Page 44 and 45: -21­ econo.±c desig" levels finan
  • Page 46 and 47: a) land reclamation: -23­ b) impro
  • Page 48 and 49: -25- The data will be analysed to d
  • Page 50 and 51: -27­ will sev7 approximtely 30,000
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    -29­ of expertise. The extension s

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    -31- Zn addition, the Project propo

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    -33­ used for storage of rice in b

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    Loan Authorization -35- T=C TABLE Z

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    (3) Leubi4tSty -37­ A.Z"o. will. P

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    -39­ existing works in the Project

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    -41­ the follwinq A.. . financed p

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    Z.Procurment Procedures -43­ All e

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    5C:3) - STAUDIAROD~ C14CCX.IS3 List

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    3, S. will arranements ;prclde use

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    Exhibit 4 Page 2 of 5 I hereby auti

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    ANNEX I Exhibit 4 Page 4 of IV. Con

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    DAEC REVIEW OF GUYANA: SMALL FARM D

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    ANNEX II Exhibit 1 Page 3 of 3 Proj

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    POt?" MOUEANT GUYANA BLACK BUSH IRR

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    Annex III Page 2 of 23 to a severel

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    Annex III Page 4 of 23 approximatel

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    ANNEX III On the Public Sector sid2

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    ANNEX III Page 8 of 23 d. Savings/I

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    C. Role of Agriculture in the Econo

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    . The Problem 1. Importance of Rice

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    2. Current Rice and Food Crop Produ

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    Extension Division supplies only te

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    ANNEX III Page 18 of 23 In addition

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    C. Agricultural Sector Assessment A

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    ANNEX III Page 22 of 23 represent m

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    IMPACT IDENTIFICATION AND EVALUATIO

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    follows:­ IT.P~jVT OESCExhibit Thr

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    Exhibit I Page 5 of 18 The soils wh

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    ANNEX IV' Exhibit 1 T Page 7 of 18

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    -a ITT Tr'.!,-rT ,'rf'TTFTI :TTr" .

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    0. NATURAL RESCUCES IMPACT ID irIC

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    Al (d) Cont'd. ANNEX IV Exhibit 1 P

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    ........... is ANNEX IV Exhibit 1 o

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    17 ANNEX IV Exhibit 1 C 3. Health:

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    PROJECT ANALYSES A. Technical Analy

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 3 of 40 Alt

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    -- -~ - . . 2. (1) See Annex (2) Se

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    3. Marketing a. Present and Project

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 9 of 40 2.

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    AN=EX IV Exhibit 2 Page 11 of 40 2.

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    .-. .~. .. . ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Pag

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 15 of 40 fa

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 -117- Page 17 of

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 19 of 40 ti

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 21 of 40 an

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 23 of 40 Th

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 25 of 40 Ta

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 27 of 40 Th

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    A$ EX IV Exhibit 2 Page 29 of 40 a

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    1. rmtlmds A. Without Project Rico

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    ANNSl- IV Exhibit 2 Page 33 of 40 T

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    Table 8 ANNEX~jV Exhibit 2 Page 35

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    Year 1. (1978 2. (1979 3. (1980 4.

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 2 Page 39 of 40 .v

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    Construction Cost Data Exhibit. 3 a

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    L C3EEl El FET - A ol/. Off-" 9- -

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    A. Introduction AM=E III Scope of W

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    -3- B. The services to be furnished

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    5. AM=EX IV rxhibit 3"d. Page S of

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 4(a) Page 1 of I E

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    ArEX IV Exhibit 4(c) Page 1 of 1 EO

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    'TZ(MMNCAL ASISTANE DoDZ U.S. Salar

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    Participant Training General Catego

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    AGRICULTURAL ENGINEER - TRAINING -

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    EXTENSION SPECIALIST - SCOPE OF VOR

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    AMNEX 'V Exhibit 6(e) Page.l of 2 R

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    FARM I1MAGEMNT SPECIALIST - SCOPE O

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    \.:NE, IV Page .1 of I COMUNICATION

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    PEST MAAGE:.NT/WEED COROL SPECIALIS

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    VEGETABLE CROPS RXSEARO! SPECLLIST

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    Polder Food Crops Extens ion andbpp

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    AMEX III GLnBAL _'_r ECT FINANCING:

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    ANNEX IV Exhibit 8 Page 2 of 11 mil

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    TIL. 111 (1) GO,AL .27CT F!NA'CXN:

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    TABLE 111 (3) PROJECTED A.I.D. DISB

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    3. Description of Government Counte

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    4. Ability of GOG to Provide Counte

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    CATEGORY: TABLE 11 (4) PROJECTED Pb

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    CATgRWR . Seed process. & test. equ

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    CATE-O03y: Third Country Seed techn

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    SOCIAL SOUDNESS ANLYSIS BLACK BUSH

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    3. ANNEX T Page 3 of 19 today, the

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    Page. 5 of 19 In the Frontlands and

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    7. Page 7 7f 19 Wooden steps lead t

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    9. ANNEX V Fage 9 of ig TABLE 2: Co

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    Page'll-of 19 It is fairly obvious,

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    ANN EXV 13. Page 13"of 19 Credit. I

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    15. Constraints and Strategies. As

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    17. ANNEX V Page 17 of 19 A. The le

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    19. 9. ROBERTS, G:W; (Editor) ANVEX

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    3.5 Acre Farm Budget (in G$) Land C

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    Crop Land Area (1c.) Rice 13.3 Food

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