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The Project Development Objective (PDO) of National Agricultural Technology Program — Phase II Project (NATP-2) is to increase agricultural productivity of smallholder farms and improve smallholder farmers' access to markets

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In order to produce more food for an ever increasing population, raw materials for agro-industries and higher income for farming communities from the decreasing resources (land, water, animal and fisheries), it is necessary to develop existing agricultural production system into a more dynamic, market oriented and sustainable commercial sector by higher productivity and profitability through efficient natural resources management, irrigation expansion, agricultural intensification and diversification, mechanization, value addition and effective market linkages.

 

The overall objective of the longer term program (NATP in three phases over 15 years) is to support the strategy of the Government of Bangladesh (GOB) to improve national agricultural productivity, market linkage and farm income, with a particular focus on small, marginal and female farmers. The Project Development Objective (PDO) of National Agricultural Technology Program-Phase II Project (NATP-2) is to increase agricultural productivity of small holder farms and improve small holder farmers’ access to markets in selected districts.

 

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National Agricultural Technology Program — Phase II Project (NATP-2)

The Project Development Objective (PDO) of National Agricultural Technology Program — Phase II Project (NATP-2) is to increase agricultural productivity of smallholder farms and improve smallholder farmers' access to markets

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