Deadline for Submission: 06 July 2022

Nearly 80% of rural families in the Sahel are engaged in livestock production, which is the main economic activity for at least 50 million people. It is largely based on the mobility of livestock in search of adequate fodder, depending on the season. This mobility is progressively hindered by the shrinking and degradation of grazing areas.

Deadline for Submission: 14 July 2022

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), through the Regional Agency for Agriculture and Food (RAAF) based in Lomé, with the financial support of the Swiss Cooperation (SDC), provides a total sum of five million Swiss Francs (5,000,000) FCH, equivalent to five million one hundred and thirteen thousand four hundred and fifty (5,113,450) USD, as part of phase three of the Regional

Deadline for Submission: 15 June 2022

West Africa is one of the most vulnerable regions in the world due of its climate, demographic, institutional, economic, environmental context and means of subsistence. This region has more than 360 million inhabitants, of which 55% live in rural areas and rely on natural resources for their socio-economic development.

Deadline for Submission: 04 July 2022

La Commission de la Communauté Economique des Etats de l’Afrique de l’Ouest (la « CEDEAO ») a reçu un financement de L’Union Européenne et de (UE) l’Agence Française de Développement (l' « AFD ») pour couvrir le coût du Projet Système Régional Innovant de contrôle des Mouches des fruits en Afrique de l’Ouest, (SyRIMAO) et entend affecter une partie du financement aux paiements relatifs au Contr

Deadline for Submission: 19 May 2022

The Livestock Marketing Support Program in West Africa (PACBAO) in ECOWAS Member States constitutes the operational arm of the regional component of PRIDEC and is a support for regional public action centred on PRIASAN.

Deadline for Submission: 20 May 2022

Within the framework of operationalizing its regional agricultural policy (ECOWAP) adopted in 2005, the ECOWAS Commission undertook the implementation of two major programmes in order to valorise the youth contributions into more performing food systems:

Deadline for Submission: 17 May 2022

The West Africa and Sahel region suffers from both structural and cyclical crises caused by droughts, epidemics, conflicts between farmers and herders, and restrictions on animal movements in several countries in the subregion, resulting in recurrent food shortages for humans and animals.

Deadline for Submission: 17 May 2022

The ECOWAS Regional Plan for Agricultural Investment and Food and Nutrition Security (PRIASAN) was launched in 2016 for a period of 5 years with the following objectives: 1) Contribute to increasing productivity and agro-sylvo-pastoral and fisheries production via diversified and sustainable production systems, and reduce post-production losses; 2) Promote contractual and inclusive agricultural

Deadline for Submission: 16 May 2022

Within the framework of operationalizing its regional agricultural policy (ECOWAP) adopted in 2005, the ECOWAS Commission undertook the implementation of two major programmes in order to valorise the youth contributions into more performing food systems:

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