Sustainable Agricultural Intensification and Food security Project (SAIP)

Sustainable Agricultural Intensification and Food security Project (SAIP) is the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP) funded project through the World Bank Group– International Development Association (IDA). The Project is implemented under Single Project Implementation Unit (SPIU) of the Rwanda Agricultural and Animal Resources Development Board (RAB). 

The project objective is to increase agricultural productivity, market access, and food security of the targeted beneficiaries in the project intervention areas.

SAIP is implemented in eight districts; Rulindo, Rwamagana, Karongi, Rutsiro, Kayonza, Nyanza, Gatsibo, and Nyabihu, however, the project implementation will expand to other areas during implementation as needed by the Government of Rwanda and in agreement with the World Bank Group.

The Project is expected to strengthen the development of sustainable market linkages and value addition, through increased performance and commercialization of selected value chains.