The development objective of the Resilient Agriculture, Irrigation, and Land Project for Georgia is to: (a) improve irrigation, and drainage (I and D) services, and agricultural production in project areas; and (b) strengthen national irrigation and land management institutional capacity for climate resilient planning. The project comprises of four components. The first component: resilient irrigated agriculture encompasses implementation of high priority investments in I and D infrastructure, agriculture support, and institutional strengthening for national irrigation and rural development agencies aligned with the country’s agriculture strategy, irrigation strategy, and climate change adaptation and mitigation agendas. It consists of following sub-components: (i) I and D infrastructure rehabilitation and modernization; (ii) irrigated agriculture and value chain development; and (iii) improved performance of irrigation service delivery. The second component, improved land management capacity will finance activities aimed at improving national land administration and management systems and facilitating access to and use of geospatial data through development and implementation of a national spatial data infrastructure (NSDI). It consists of following sub-components: (i) strengthening of agricultural land management and monitoring; and (ii) enhancement of the land administration service delivery and building digital governance infrastructure. The third component, project management will finance two project implementation units that will be responsible for project management, including coordination and technical supervision of project implementation, financial management (FM), procurement, monitoring, and evaluation (M and E), social and environmental standards management and oversight including gender-focused activities, communications and outreach, and progress reporting. The fourth component, contingent emergency response component establishes a disaster response contingency funding mechanism that can be triggered in the event of an eligible crisis or emergency, such as a natural disaster involving a formal declaration of a national or regional state of emergency, or a formal request from the Government of Georgia (GoG) in the wake of a disaster, health pandemic, or other types of disasters such as armed conflict.