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Advancing CAADP Implementation: Key results and impact

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  • 1. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Advancing CAADP Implementation: Key results and impact CAADP CAADP National Agriculture Developme nt Strategy 1 3 2
  • 2. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP 10 years of CADP “Lessons and Insights”
  • 3. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Gains, progress and achievements  A continental Agenda • Agriculture is back to political-policy agenda • Growing Political commitment to increase budgetary allocations of public budget • Mobilised Africa around a common agenda  Transformational drive • Better planning (evidence-based; inclusive; specific priorities; clear budget) • Catalysing engagement (partnerships and alliances) across sectors, disciplines and boundaries • Renewed energy on delivering results • Renewed urge for quality data / Information
  • 4. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Gains, progress and achievements  Production/Productivity and value adding • Making a case for regional integration • Noting and responding to emerging issues (climate change; globalisation; youthful pop & migration; land acquisition: etc…) • Specific commodities – yield rise/stabilisation • Reduced vulnerability in face of extreme weather
  • 5. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP What stakeholders are saying: o too much focus on the issue of public financing; o too much focus on the supply side and not on making markets work o weak inter-ministerial and inter-sectorial coordination o risk of bureaucratization = talks no action on concrete concerns of agriculture o multiplicity of initiatives o Coherence in leadership (especially consensus in regional and continental processes) o Urgent and compelling case for immediate food and livelihood needs Challenges and limitations
  • 6. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP However !!
  • 7. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP The African Context • Africa still: food insecure; low agric productivity; low rural incomes • Urbanization: 50% urban by 2035 • Youthful population (40% under age 23) • Globalization of the food systems • Agriculture-Trade link ambiguous • CAADP providing the instrument to respond to challenges and opportunities • CAADP vision still valid
  • 8. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Poverty, Hunger and Malnutrition – one of the most critical factors “pulling down” Africa socio-economic growth and development Trade and Market (national / regional) in reforming Agriculture – Commercial Agriculture Political will and leadership – taking the action 1st decade: Key Insights (1) Where to: Sustaining the CAADP Momentum
  • 9. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Underlining Agriculture as driver for poverty alleviation, food security and elimination of hunger • Positioning „wealth creation‟ as primary driver for agriculture development (Jobs & Incomes) • Deliberate policy drivers to improve Africa‟s capacity to be food secure – at all levels (food security and food sovereignty) • Increase quantity and quality of public investments that leverage private investments • A regional and inter-regional trade agenda essential for sustaining success • Policies and Institutions 1st decade: Key Insights (3) Where to: Sustaining the CAADP Momentum
  • 10. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Next 10 years of CADP “Action to deliver impact” {Sustaining CAADP momentum}
  • 11. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP CAADP … making a difference on two impact areas …  Institutional and skills development (capacity for effective and efficient execution & delivery; Partnerships)  Policy environment: Accountable; inclusive, informed policy design processes; elevating interests of the “masses” in public policy  Planning capacity (evidence- based; inclusive; predictable & accountable) Agriculture Transformation; capacity & enabling environment Increased in agriculture Yields, Production and value addition Productivity – Intensification; science and technology; strategic commodities including livestock & fish; wealth creation Competitive and viable agriculture including value addition (agro-industry and commerce; entrepreneurship) and wealth creation Aligning with ecosystem potential and environmental resilience and sustainability objectives  Critical mass of resolute, decisive & accountable leadership; Governance  Expand investment financing (public and private)
  • 12. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Where to: Sustaining the CAADP Momentum Specific CAADP added value of CAADP support and interventions to institutional transformation and CAADP operational effectiveness is measured at this level Changes in African agriculture resulting from the implementation of CAADP (Agriculture systems transformed and Production- productivity improved) Impact to which Agriculture contributes
  • 13. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP IMPACT and THE CHANGE Level 1 - Contribute to economic GROWTH and INCLUSIVE development • Wealth creation • Access to food; better nutrition • Prosperity • Resilience
  • 14. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP 2.1 Increased agriculture production and productivity 2.2 Better functioning & expended national & Regional agriculture markets & trade; Increased access to market 2.3 Entrepreneur ship & Increased public, private investments in agriculture value chain 2.4 Sustainable natural resource use & management & improved ecosystems resilience Changes in African agriculture resulting from the implementa tion of CAADP approach are measured at this level Level 2 - Sustained increased agricultural performance (Production-Productivity; Entrepreneurship; Value addition; Job & Wealth creation; markets & trade: Competitiveness & increase share in global trade) sector is in place through
  • 15. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP INPUT: CAADP SUPPORT, TOOLS, PROCESSES, CAPACITY BUILDING, PEER REVIEW MECHANISMS Main Assumptions: Targeted and coordinated support, capacity building, peer review and learning generates institutional transformation Added value of CAADP support and interventions to institutional transformation and CAADP operational effectiveness is measured at this level Level 3 Transformational Change; Conducive environment; strengthened & aligned systemic capacity 3.1 Improved and inclusive policy design and implementat ion capacity 3.2 More efficient & accountable institutions (at all levels) to plan & implement 3.3 More inclusive and evidence based agriculture planning and implementation 3.4 Improved partnership between private and public sector 3.5 Increased public investment in agriculture achieving better value for money 3.6 Increased generation & access to quality data, information – Knowledge ; Science & technology
  • 16. PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF CAADP Enhanced knowledge support and skills development for agriculture through improved S&T, Education & Training; Peer learning; Analytical capacity & strategic thinking 1. Science Agenda 2. Education and Skills Development

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