End of project summary report : Zimbabwe Land Reform and Resettlement Cooperative Agreement, USAID/Zimbabwe CA 690-a-00-99-00270-00, 1 Oct 1999-31 may 2003
University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center.
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The Cooperative Agreement between USAID/Zimbabwe and the Land Tenure Center of the University of Wisconsin began in October 1999 to provide technical assistance, training, capacity building and research in support of Zimbabwe’s Land Reform and Resettlement Program II (LRRP II). A budget totaling just under $1.5 million over a three-year period was granted, with the bulk of these funds used to provide support for studies, training, and technical assistance activities. The remaining amount ($300,000) was programmed for the BASIS CRSP, USAID’s worldwide Broadening Access and Strengthening Input Market Systems Collaborative Research Support Program. Both subprograms were contained in one grant to the Land Tenure Center which was responsible for all subcontracting activities. In October 2002, an eight-month cost-extension request of $183,757 was approved by USAID to extend the cooperative agreement through May 2003. These resources were used to help the LTC/CASS team close out the project and successfully conclude all existing activities. These included finalizing publication of outputs, organizing a national conference, producing a volume, and posting all outputs on a web-page so that subsequent work by USAID or other donors is able to take advantage of where the LTC/CASS managed project has now left off. This will be the last
report published under the Cooperative Agreement.
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