Capacity development for strengthening
coordination between social protection and
agriculture
Nyasha Tirivayi
Food and Agr...
Priority capacity needs
Technical and functional capacities
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Harmonized evidence generation/ impact assessments
Limited knowle...
Organizational capacities
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Clear mandates
Intersectoral coordination mechanisms
Multi-stakeholder participation
Le...
Enabling environment
• Harmonized policy and legal frameworks
• Political will
• Financing mechanisms
Contribution of development partners
• Coordination of policy dialogue at national, regional and
global levels
• Convening...
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Capacity development for strengthening coordination between social protection and agriculture

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Presented during the From Protection to Production project Consultative Workshop, 17-18 September 2013, Accra, Ghana

The From Protection to Production (PtoP) project is a multi-country impact evaluation of cash transfers in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is a collaborative effort between the FAO, the UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office and the governments of Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Project activities are mainly funded by the Regular Fund, the DFID Research and Evidence Division and the EU.

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Capacity development for strengthening coordination between social protection and agriculture

  1. 1. Capacity development for strengthening coordination between social protection and agriculture Nyasha Tirivayi Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) Agricultural Development Economics Division (ESA) Rome, Italy Consultative Workshop 18 September 2013, Accra, Ghana
  2. 2. Priority capacity needs
  3. 3. Technical and functional capacities • • • • • • • • • • Harmonized evidence generation/ impact assessments Limited knowledge and awareness of social protection Limited knowledge of linkages between SP and agriculture M&E MIS and targeting Policy formulation Negotiation skills Partnering skills Facilitation skills Coordination skills
  4. 4. Organizational capacities • • • • Clear mandates Intersectoral coordination mechanisms Multi-stakeholder participation Leadership and management
  5. 5. Enabling environment • Harmonized policy and legal frameworks • Political will • Financing mechanisms
  6. 6. Contribution of development partners • Coordination of policy dialogue at national, regional and global levels • Convening power • Fostering political will • Capacity development • Evidence sharing • Advocacy • Systems approach to SP • Technical assistance • Financing programmes linking SP and agriculture (P4P, PAA)

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