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    Moses Mwale

    Mr. Moses Mwale

    DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE- 
    MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

    The Cashew Infrastructure Development Project (CIDP) aims at reviving the cashew sub-sector and is one of the Government of Zambia's priority projects. The Project is being implemented by the Government of the Republic of Zambia with assistance from the African Development Bank (AFDB)

    m logo 1Its development goal is to contribute to poverty reduction and contribute to Zambia’s economic growth and food security and improved household house-hold incomes through improved cashew production and processing.

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    To promote inclusive and green growth, CIDP implement its activities, in a sustainable manner, and facilitates equitable allocation of resources to participating rural men, women and youths. Cashew trees will contribute to green growth with positive effects on environment.

    The project is being implemented for the period of five (5) years in the ten (10) cashew hub districts of Mongu, Limulunga,Senanga, Kalabo, Nalolo, Sikongo, Shangombo, Sioma, Lukulu and Mitete districts.

    The ten districts were selected on the basis

    1. high potential for cashew production,
    2. less frost problem,
    3. high incidence of poverty, food insecurity and malnutrition, and
    4. vulnerability to environmental degradation and climate change