The BAGC currently manages four projects and partnerships that operate within the corridor. These include the Inputs Partnership, the World Bank’s Smallholder Irrigated Agriculture and Market Access Project(IRRIGA) and the IFAD funded Rural Enterprise Finance Project and the Rural Youth Employment Project (YES)
- The Inputs Partnership: The Inputs Partnership is a public private partnership designed to increase production and productivity of smallholder farmers in a sustainable manner within the Beira Corridor through the use of proper fertilizer, improved seeds, crop protection, and best agricultural practices as supported by access to finance and secured markets. The Partnership also aims at developing a commercially viable hub agro-dealer and retailer networks to serve smallholder irrigation schemes as well as nearby dryland areas. The Inputs Partnership comprises initially of seven core partners that bring very specific and highly appropriate expertise and services to the programme. Yara International, Bayer, K2, BAGC with technical support from the African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP) and Prorustica.