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Why Should Fish Matter in CAADP at Country Levels?

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Presented by Sloans Chimatiro, Senior Fisheries Advisor for NEPAD, at the Building Research in Development Alliances to Unlock the Economic Potential of Aquatic Environments in Africa workshop, held …

Presented by Sloans Chimatiro, Senior Fisheries Advisor for NEPAD, at the Building Research in Development Alliances to Unlock the Economic Potential of Aquatic Environments in Africa workshop, held in Lusaka, Zambia on the 14th of May.


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  • 1. Why should Fish Matter in CAADPat country Levels?Sloans ChimatiroSenior Fisheries Advisor, NEPAD Agency,Johannesburg, South AfricaPresented at the AAS Workshop, 14thMay 2013,Pamodzi Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia
  • 2. 6% Annual AgricultureProductivity growth rate(by 2015)10% Public Expenditureallocation to Agriculture(by 2008)The MDGsThe MDGsFood and Nutritional Security Increased Income and Poverty alleviation Sustainable socio-economic growthWhy CAADP …Why CAADP …Framework to “enable/stimulate/facilitate”countries and the continent to achieve …
  • 3. Fisheries and CAADPThe Four “Pillars” of CAADP :Pillar 1: Extend Area under Sustainable Land Management andReliable Water Control Systems: water-4-fishPillar 2: Improving Rural Infrastructure and Trade-relatedCapacities for Market Access: fish is valuable trade commodityPillar 3: Increasing the Food Supply for Vulnerable Groups andReducing Hunger: fish is high quality protein, vitamins, mineralsPillar 4: Agricultural Research, TechnologyDissemination and Adoption: knowledge-based fisheriesmanagement…fisheries an afterthought…but emerging with strong potential tocontribute towards 6% annual growth.
  • 4. Integration of fisheries & aquaculture in theCAADP Country Implementation Process
  • 5. Role of Researchers & Expert Teams in theCAADP Country Implementation Process• Analysis of priority issues/challengesto enhance fisheries and aquaculturecontribution to the 6% agriculturalgrowth (Pre-Compact);• Design of fisheries and aquacultureinvestment programmes (Post-Compact)
  • 6. Role of Researchers & Expert Teams in theCAADP Country Implementation Process1. Identify key policy gaps and needs for thesector2. Generate new knowledge/informationthrough research/analysis to inform policydecisions3. Contribute towards policy debates/dialogues(Think Tank)4. Translating research and discussion outputsinto policy options
  • 7. Role of Researchers & Expert Teams in theCAADP Country Implementation Process1. Identify key policy gaps and needs for thesector2. Generate new knowledge/informationthrough research/analysis to inform policydecisions3. Contribute towards policy debates/dialogues(Think Tank)4. Translating research and discussion outputsinto policy options

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