St. Mary Multipurpose Cooperative Infrastructure Upgrade and Equipping

Project ID
73666
Community Name
ANNOTTO BAY
Project Status
In Development
Community Poverty
The project aims to improve, inter alia, the cold chain supply and to increase the markets accessible by small farmers from an initial 34 farmers to125 farmers and from one to four parishes. In 2018 the Revenue generated at The St Mary Multipurpose Co-operative was J$20,374,758 with a surplus of J$154,184. This grew to Revenue of J$20,715,771 at the end of 2019 with a surplus of J$363,085. The revenue and surplus are projected to grow in 2020 with the additional produce from the additional farmers from St Elizabeth. The Project is also in keeping with the Project Development Objective of the REDI II which is “to enhance access to markets and to climate-resilient approaches for targeted beneficiaries”. Additionally, the project is in line with MOAF’s strategic priorities of providing post- harvest infrastructure and cold storage facilities. Importantly, the reach of the project will ensure that it benefits a wide cross section persons targeted by REDI II. Finally, the sponsor group has demonstrated a commitment to market and distribute the increased volume of fresh agriculture produce for farmers from four parishes. (St Mary, Portland, St Thomas and St Elizabeth).
Action Taken
Approved By Board
Parish
Project Type Name
Project Cycle Type Description
Traditional/JSIF Procured
Request Description
Infrastructure Upgrade and Equipping
Social Officer Name
Claudia Barrett
Project Officer Name
Ruthven Wilson
Technical Officer Name
Vincent Thompson
Sponsor Name
St Mary Multipurpose Cooperative Society
Request Description
Project Subtype Name
JSIF Amount
$27,159,400.00
JSIF Amount Revised
$3,817,100.00
Community Amount
0.00
Community Amount Revised
$0.00
Sponsor Amount
$0.00
Sponsor Amount Revised
$0.00
Donor Name
Project Cycle Type Description
Project Status
Project Type Name
Traditional/JSIF Procured
Approval Date
2021 Dec 23