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"Sustaining CAADP Momentum: Data, M&E, and Mutual Accountability" presented by Godfrey Bahiigwa at 10th CAADP PP Meeting Durban, South Africa March 19-21, 2014

"Sustaining CAADP Momentum: Data, M&E, and Mutual Accountability" presented by Godfrey Bahiigwa at 10th CAADP PP Meeting Durban, South Africa March 19-21, 2014

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Sustaining CAADP Momentum: Data, M&E, and Mutual Accountability Sustaining CAADP Momentum: Data, M&E, and Mutual Accountability Presentation Transcript

  • I Godfrey Bahiigwa IFPRI/ReSAKSS 10th CAADP PP Meeting Durban, South Africa March 19-21, 2014 Sustaining CAADP Momentum: Parallel Session on Data, M&E and Mutual Accountability
  • Where is CAADP@10?  40 Countries have signed CAADP compacts, about 30 have completed development NAFSIPs  A results framework and M&E framework with indicators has been guiding tracking of CAADP implementation  After 10 years, with lessons learnt, a sustaining CAADP momentum framework was developed, along with a new CAADP Results Framework (RF)  The RF defines continental aspirations that are actualized through effective implementation of NAFSIPs at country level.
  • The case for data, M&E and MA  Indicators to track CAADP implementation over the next decade are derived from the RF and will be linked to national M&E systems.  A strong M&E system depends on good data, without which the quality of analysis and the decisions it informs will be weak.  Results from M&E systems are used to assess performance against goals and targets, inform debate and dialogue, and strengthen mutual accountability.  Measuring progress towards shared goals for the sector require strong infrastructure for data collection and analysis, monitoring and evaluation, and mutual accountability.
  • ReSAKSS and CAADP M&E  ReSAKSS is formally recognised by AUC/NPCA for its support in tracking CAADP implementation, based on the CAADP M&E framework  ReSAKSS working with Africa based CG centers produces the main CAADP monitoring report: the Annual Trends and Outlook Report (ATOR) at continental, regional and national levels.  ReSAKSS established and maintains a website dedicated to tracking and reporting on the indicators in the CAADP M&E framework www.resakss.org  In order to strengthen national capacity for policy analysis & M&E, ReSAKSS is supporting the establishment of country SAKSS platforms in 15 countries.  ReSAKSS has partnered with AUC/NPCA, IFPRI, Donors, RECS and countries to assist in strengthening mutual accountability platforms by supporting agricultural joint sector reviews (JSRs) at country level.  At the moment, IFPRI/ReSAKSS , with support from Africa Lead II are engaged in JSR assessments in 7 initial countries.  JSR assessment reports will help countries to improve the quality of their JSR to track progress made by the country in implementing NAFSIPs and other cooperation agreements.
  • Objectives of this parallel session  Discuss ongoing efforts to create capacities to link data to analysis to policy and strategy formulation and program implementation;  Enhance understanding of the data requirements to measure and track CAADP indicators in the results framework and to monitor on a sustainable basis the situation of agriculture in general in countries;  Enhance understanding of the data requirements to generate 10-year baselines and outlook of African strategic commodities sectors and value chains;  Discuss ways to strengthen continental, regional and national M&E systems, with a view to enhancing alignment to the results framework and integrating them into national strategic plans for statistical data production and dissemination  Discuss current efforts in strengthening mutual accountability through agricultural joint sector reviews (JSRs)  Set specific goals, targets and actions to improve data and M&E systems and Mutual Accountability and also make clear recommendations for consideration by the Ministerial meetings in May and the Heads of State Summit in July.
  • Key questions (to guide the session) 1. What are the major goal(s) in the area of data and M&E in support of CAADP in the medium (5 years) and long term (10 years)? 2. What are actions by countries, continental organizations, RECs, and technical and financial partners to make sure these goals are achieved? 3. What would be good indicators of progress that would help track performance? 4. What key actions should ministers and Heads of State and government commit too to make sure their countries meet the above goals?
  • Expected Results By the end of this session, we should achieve the following: 1. Set specific and realistic goals, targets and actions to improve data , M&E and mutual accountability 2. Identify actions by countries, continental organizations, RECs, technical and financial partners to make sure the goals set are achieved. 3. Make clear recommendations for consideration by the Ministerial meetings in May and the Heads of State Summit in July.
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