SADP: Recentarrangements, Achievements, Challenges & Way Forward                                          By              ...
Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way For...
ABOUT              SWAZILANDLand Area: 17,364 sq kmPopulation: 1,067,773 (2011) (47% M,53%F)Agriculture: Backbone of natio...
Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way For...
Context of changesOperations Backstopping Mission (April-May 2011)             Mid-Term Evaluation (MTE) (May 2011)       ...
Check-list of key changesNo         Subject        Status              Observation1    BH                 Done        Move...
Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way For...
Pillars of the new SADP                    A new                 Institutional                    Setup  Improved         ...
Pillars of the new SADP                    A new                 Institutional                    Setup  Improved         ...
Old Implementation Framework                           EU-funding              From this…FAO – technical advisory         ...
New Implementation Framework                                                EU-funding             To this…               ...
New Implementation Framework       PSC                     FAOSFS                                                      AFA...
Pillars of the new SADP                    A new                 Institutional                    Setup  Improved         ...
SADP Team Work Foundation  1. Clear individual roles within  larger teams with clear targets  2. Individual performance to...
SADP Team Work Process                TAT                                        RIT Workshops, in the                    ...
SADP Team Work Setup                            Agricultural                            Production              Transport ...
Pillars of the new SADP                    A new                 Institutional                    Setup  Improved         ...
Ops. & Budg. Monitoring SystemFAO DataWarehouse                   Parents     Children            CSFE (USD & Euros)      ...
Pillars of the new SADP                    A new                 Institutional                    Setup  Improved         ...
The Incentive Package     MOA Staff            FAO GS Staff• Airtime allocation   • Cash overtime• Stationery for         ...
Pillars of the new SADP                    A new                 Institutional                    Setup  Improved         ...
Improved Procurement System      Updated Local        Weekly      Procurement       Procurement       Committee           ...
Pillars of the new SADP                    A new                 Institutional                    Setup  Improved         ...
The Main Event!!!
Another event   A Breakfast   Meeting   with Media
Ancora
Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way For...
Field activities:             Agroforestry Demonstration PlotsMaize/Sunnhemp Intercropping in Southern RDA
Good Agricultural Practices:              Conservation Agriculture Demonstration PlotsConservation Agriculture Demonstrati...
Good Agricultural Practices:             Improved Crop Husbandry PracticesMaize Variety Demonstration plot in Mahlalini RDA
Good Agricultural Practices:                   Cowpea Seed Multiplication plotsCowpea Seed Multiplication under the Commun...
Good Agricultural Practices:Children and Youth development Programme (CYDP) Broilers Project            CYDP Broiler Proje...
CYDP Vegetable Project Practices:             Good Agricultural                      CYDP Vegetable ProjectEkukhulumeni Pr...
Good Agricultural Practices:                        Indigenous Poultry ProjectIndigenous chickens for kaMfishane, Likhaya ...
Construction of Infrastructure:The Mphisi Pig Quarantine Building
Institutional SupportAssessment Studies•   Farming Systems•   Agricultural Extension•   Agricultural Research•   National ...
EU Payments and Budget Consumption                                    Total EU Payments in August                         ...
Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way For...
The way forward Finalize the implementation framework  through the Rider of the Contribution  Agreement Rehabilitate 2 d...
Challenges Rebuild a dismantled team Organize and strengthen team work  within TAT, between TAT and NIT Catch – up with...
Challenges                                                ObjectivesNationalAgricultural               The National       ...
As to conclude As a follow-up to the MTE, SADP has  engaged in a heavy and  multidimensional exercise of changes It has ...
Swaziland Agricultural Development Programme : Recent arrangements, Achievements, Challenges & Way Forward
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Presentation made by Nehru B. Essomba, Chief Technical Advisor (CTA) of the SADP project. It addresses current information on Swaziland, the project context of changes, recent project arrangements on the implementation process, main deliveries to date, and future challenges and way forward.
The SADP is a 5-years programme, established in 2009, with funding from the European Union (EU) and FAO. It is implemented by the Government of Swaziland and FAO with a focus on improving smallholder crop and livestock production, research and extension service delivery and smallholder market-oriented agro-business development, the SADP fosters sustainable food security for rural households and contributes to increased equitable economic growth and development.

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Swaziland Agricultural Development Programme : Recent arrangements, Achievements, Challenges & Way Forward

  1. 1. SADP: Recentarrangements, Achievements, Challenges & Way Forward By Nehru B. Essomba, CTA SADP Progress Workshop, FAO, Rome, Italy 11 September 2012
  2. 2. Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way Forward
  3. 3. ABOUT SWAZILANDLand Area: 17,364 sq kmPopulation: 1,067,773 (2011) (47% M,53%F)Agriculture: Backbone of nationaleconomy, employs ¾ of the workingpopulationFood security: about 7% of thepopulation in food insecurity (2011/12)Poverty: about 63% of the populationbelow the poverty lineLivelihood: about 12% population facelivelihood deficits , due to economic andincome constraintsHIV : 42% of pregnant women HIV +(highest prevalence rate in the world).26% of the population aged between 15and 49 years HIV +.Political Situation: growing pressure frompopular demand for political changeEconomic situation: Severe fiscal deficit(up to 14.3% of GDP in 2010/11 followinga sharp decline in revenues from theSouthern African Customs Union (SACU)
  4. 4. Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way Forward
  5. 5. Context of changesOperations Backstopping Mission (April-May 2011) Mid-Term Evaluation (MTE) (May 2011) Administrative backstopping Mission (May-June 2011) Management Mission (Aug-Dec 2011)
  6. 6. Check-list of key changesNo Subject Status Observation1 BH Done Move from Maputo to Harare2 LTO Done New LTO3 CTA Done New CTA4 MA initiated New MA to be recruted5 GoS Governance Done Improved PTC & PSC efficiency6 Programme Done 2011-13 Operational Plan
  7. 7. Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way Forward
  8. 8. Pillars of the new SADP A new Institutional Setup Improved Strengthened visibility Team Work Ops & BudgetMore Efficient MonitoringProcurement System More Motivated Staff
  9. 9. Pillars of the new SADP A new Institutional Setup Improved Strengthened visibility Team Work Ops & BudgetMore Efficient MonitoringProcurement System More Motivated Staff
  10. 10. Old Implementation Framework EU-funding From this…FAO – technical advisory MEPD – representing Government PS—PSC FAOR Mozambique – MOA – implementing budget holding PS—PTC TAT Other CTA NPD MOA MOA ministries, Heads NGOs and of Dept. stake- holders Technical advisors Focal Points Production Research & Service Marketing
  11. 11. New Implementation Framework EU-funding To this… FAO – technical advisory MEPD – representing Government PS—PSC FAOR Zimbabwe (SFS) – MOA – implementing budget holding PS—PTC TAT NITFAO Technical Task ministries, NGOs CTA NPD and stake- Heads holders Other Force Operation of Dept. Officer Technical advisors Focal Points Production Research & Service Marketing
  12. 12. New Implementation Framework PSC FAOSFS AFAORSZ PTC SADP Management Finances and OperationsGovernment of Swaziland UN Food and Agriculture Organization
  13. 13. Pillars of the new SADP A new Institutional Setup Improved Strengthened visibility Team Work Ops & BudgetMore Efficient MonitoringProcurement System More Motivated Staff
  14. 14. SADP Team Work Foundation 1. Clear individual roles within larger teams with clear targets 2. Individual performance to reach team and Project targets 3. Synergy of individual and group actions to reach team and Project Targets
  15. 15. SADP Team Work Process TAT RIT Workshops, in the NIT/TAT Workshop, Workshop, Ezulwini, 13 4 Regions, 27 April – Ezulwini, 18 April 2012 April 2012 May 2012TAT = Technical Advisory TeamNIT = National Implementation TeamRIT = Regional Implementation Team
  16. 16. SADP Team Work Setup Agricultural Production Transport Services & Capacities Logistics Commun- General Markets ication & Coordination Links Visibility Operations Operations and & Budget Procurement Monitoring Administ- ration & Finances8 interelated Pools of Action instituted
  17. 17. Pillars of the new SADP A new Institutional Setup Improved Strengthened visibility Team Work Ops & BudgetMore Efficient MonitoringProcurement System More Motivated Staff
  18. 18. Ops. & Budg. Monitoring SystemFAO DataWarehouse Parents Children CSFE (USD & Euros) Financial Statement Headings Lines SADP Management Financial Report SADP Management Result Outcome Output Activity Sub-act. TechnicalProject Reportimplementation European Union
  19. 19. Pillars of the new SADP A new Institutional Setup Improved Strengthened visibility Team Work Ops & BudgetMore Efficient MonitoringProcurement System More Motivated Staff
  20. 20. The Incentive Package MOA Staff FAO GS Staff• Airtime allocation • Cash overtime• Stationery for instead of field sites compensation• Car fuelling and • Salaries aligned maintenance to the UN System• Internet access in Swaziland facility • Salary increment
  21. 21. Pillars of the new SADP A new Institutional Setup Improved Strengthened visibility Team Work Ops & BudgetMore Efficient MonitoringProcurement System More Motivated Staff
  22. 22. Improved Procurement System Updated Local Weekly Procurement Procurement Committee Tracker Increased Procurement Field Plan Authorization (USD 50,000) Efficient records keeping
  23. 23. Pillars of the new SADP A new Institutional Setup Improved Strengthened visibility Team Work Ops & BudgetMore Efficient MonitoringProcurement System More Motivated Staff
  24. 24. The Main Event!!!
  25. 25. Another event A Breakfast Meeting with Media
  26. 26. Ancora
  27. 27. Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way Forward
  28. 28. Field activities: Agroforestry Demonstration PlotsMaize/Sunnhemp Intercropping in Southern RDA
  29. 29. Good Agricultural Practices: Conservation Agriculture Demonstration PlotsConservation Agriculture Demonstration Plot in Dvumako RDA
  30. 30. Good Agricultural Practices: Improved Crop Husbandry PracticesMaize Variety Demonstration plot in Mahlalini RDA
  31. 31. Good Agricultural Practices: Cowpea Seed Multiplication plotsCowpea Seed Multiplication under the Community-based Seed Multiplication (CBSP) initiative in Sithobela RDA
  32. 32. Good Agricultural Practices:Children and Youth development Programme (CYDP) Broilers Project CYDP Broiler Project at Boyane
  33. 33. CYDP Vegetable Project Practices: Good Agricultural CYDP Vegetable ProjectEkukhulumeni Primary School in Ludvondvolo community
  34. 34. Good Agricultural Practices: Indigenous Poultry ProjectIndigenous chickens for kaMfishane, Likhaya Lemphilo Lensha (New Life Home)
  35. 35. Construction of Infrastructure:The Mphisi Pig Quarantine Building
  36. 36. Institutional SupportAssessment Studies• Farming Systems• Agricultural Extension• Agricultural Research• National Agricultural Marketing Board (NAMBoard)• Vegetable Value Chain• Profiling of Farmers OrganizationsAssessment and Design Studies• The Cooperative Data Analysis System (CODAS)• The Marketing Investment Fund (MIF)• The Swaziland Livestock Information Traceability System (SLITS)Policies• Agricultural Extension• Agricultural Research
  37. 37. EU Payments and Budget Consumption Total EU Payments in August 2012 = Euro 9 918 293 (74%) Euro 1 624 950 in May 2009 Euro 3 921 222 in December Euro 1 421 610 in 2010 September 2010 Euro 3 397 593.29 in March 2012 Euro 5 626 161.32 in June 2012 Euro 4 372 121 in August 2012Cumulative Expenditure in June2012 = Euros 5 626 161 (38.64%)
  38. 38. Presentation Outline1. About Swaziland2. Context of changes3. Recent arrangements4. Main Deliveries5. Challenges & Way Forward
  39. 39. The way forward Finalize the implementation framework through the Rider of the Contribution Agreement Rehabilitate 2 dams and construct 2 new ones Establish the MIF Finalize the Extension and Research Policies Develop a Strategic Plan for the MoA Develop the NAIP within the CAADP scheme
  40. 40. Challenges Rebuild a dismantled team Organize and strengthen team work within TAT, between TAT and NIT Catch – up with delayed activities (dams , MIF, RDAs, MoA Strategic Plan, NAIP under CCADP…) Develop a sustainable and coherent conducive institutional environment Succeed in smoothly phasing out
  41. 41. Challenges ObjectivesNationalAgricultural The National Results expectedStrategicPlan Implementation Plan for Logical Framework AgriculturalNational Research andAgricultural ActivitiesInvestment ExtensionPlan Budget (CAADP pillar 4)
  42. 42. As to conclude As a follow-up to the MTE, SADP has engaged in a heavy and multidimensional exercise of changes It has started to improve its performance and delivery but there is still a lot to achieve The real challenge ahead will be to accelerate the current momentum while smoothly starting to phase out

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