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The second phase of the West Africa Food System Resilience Program (FSRP2) is a five-year International  Development Association (IDA)-funded project supported with a US$60.91 million credit. It aims to promote agricultural productivity through improved access to markets along the value chains of rice,
cassava, and livestock; improved access to finance; and development of inclusive smallholder farmer agribusiness linkages in the targeted project areas of Sierra Leone. FSRP2 is well-aligned with the presidential delivery initiative, national strategic plans and policies1, and key regional World Bank strategies2  focusing on addressing the progressive decline of the agricultural sector in Sierra Leone s