Caadp presentation re sakss march 2012

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Caadp presentation re sakss march 2012

  1. 1. The Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) Simon Kisira NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency
  2. 2. .…. Linking to theNEPAD vision … .
  3. 3. NEPAD Vision A common strategic framework (instrument) for Africa’s renewal… building and sustaining Africa’s ability to: eradicate poverty advance +ve sustainable growth and development engage as an equal partner in global economy accelerate the empowerment of women
  4. 4. NEPAD core priority result areas Human Agriculture Regional Resource Integration development PeaceInfrastructure & Security Socio-economic Political-Environment growth and Economic & Tourism improved standard governance of living and clean Science and environment Direct foreign Technology investments Access Public revenue to markets Domestic savings & expenditure & investments
  5. 5. NEPAD - AgricultureComprehensive Africa AgricultureDevelopment Programme (CAADP) … framework to stimulate & guide alignment and strengthening of Africa’s capacity to sustain high agriculture performance …
  6. 6. What is CAADP about …”Level and quality of productivity able to position agriculture as an engine for GROWTH Policy environment to provide desired incentives for both state and non-state players (Security, investments, Governance, etc…) Institutional arrangements and capacity for effective and efficient implementation
  7. 7. Why CAADP …Framework to stimulate, guide and support building and strengthening of systems and capacity for Africa to achieve … Food and Nutritional Security Increased Income and Poverty alleviation Sustainable socio-economic growth 6% Annual Agriculture Productivity growth rate (by 2015)10% Public Expenditureallocation to Agriculture (by 2008)
  8. 8. CAADP - transforming African AgricultureIssues and Challenges: Institutional capacity and alignment (e.g. fragmentation in mandates and responsibilities) Comprehensive and integrated approaches (e.g. linking of infrastructure development to agriculture development objectives) Market development (policies and related infrastructure) Research, science and technology Financing (private sector investments)
  9. 9. . … CAADPImplementation ... .
  10. 10. EnablingEnvironment Quality Deliver the “6%” = wealth creation Ability
  11. 11. CAADP and transformation of AfricaAgriculture (development) instruments/models 2 3 1
  12. 12. .… Supporting CAADP Implementation ... ..NPCA roles .. .
  13. 13. Supporting CAADP AUC Implementation Translation of Policy Frameworks (CAADP) for Capacity National Governments Implementation RECs elaborate technical implementation guidelines tools for evidence based NEPAD analysis & decision making Agency M&E (Impact, learning) Flagship Programmes /Projects Expert support (knowledge, Information;Knowledge analytical skills) togeneration to facilitate reform in Broker technical policies and institutionsinform strategic and financingthinking, planning partnerships forand technology Implementationdevelopment
  14. 14. .… progress, results and impact … .
  15. 15. 29 Country Compacts 21 Investment PlansLegend 16 countryCompact signed Business meetings heldInvestment PlanReviewedBusiness Meetingsheld
  16. 16. Progress ExampleDimensionMobilisation National resources increasing allocated –of funding the 10% G8 / GAFSP allocation to 6 African countries (Togo; Niger; Rwanda; Sierra Leone; Ethiopia; Benin) Bilateral financing (e.g. Burkina Faso had 69% of the financing gap for the national investment plan pledged at the Business Meeting) Multi-Donor Trust Fund to support CAADP process 4/13/2012
  17. 17. Increment in investment ....Government and donor financing of Government and donor allocations toinvestments in agriculture in agriculture in Rwanda, 2006-2010Ethiopia, 2003-2010 ( million Birr) (million Rwandan Francs) 6,000 160 5,000 140 120 4,000 100 Governme 3,000 Governm 80 nt ent Donors 60 Donors 2,000 40 Total 1,000 20 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 0 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 Source: Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, RwandaSource: Ministry of Finance and Economic Dev’t, Ethiopia 4/13/2012
  18. 18. Overview of Key Priorities Science and technology applied in food and agriculture 5% Capacity Institutional Development 5%Enabling Environment 2% Food & Nutrition Security and Emergency Preparedness 38% Market Access,Competitiveness and Value Addition 30% Sustainable Intensification & Devt management of land of Production and and water Productivty Systems 6% 15%
  19. 19. CAADP Implementation … (growing results … a reform agenda …) Investment Policy Institutions Plans Reforms Evidence-based  transparency,  Inclusiveness & planning accountability collective (M&E /MAF) responsibility Integrated &  Inter-Ministerial Comprehensive  Incentives for Collaboration Plans/Programme trade/markets  “new” form of Local financing partnerships
  20. 20. .… issues for consideration for implementation… .
  21. 21. Implementation and Result focused engagement in South SudanExpert support on development of Programmes - Deepen the consultations at national and State levels - Examine national priorities and build consensus on areas requiring interventions. - Examine the national investment options for specific programme areas –National level Policies and State priority programmes - Expert support for programme development and review
  22. 22. Implementation engagements (ctd)Broker Partnerships - Investment financing (Public sector; Private sector and Development aid) - Financing platform - Technical partnerships
  23. 23. Other key implementation driversImplementation capacity• Information & knowledge management;• Institutional capacities;• Human competencies;• Accountability mechanisms;• Execution / delivery systemsPolicy alignment /strengtheningand public policy design systems(data; inclusiveness, etc…) 23
  24. 24. Thank you

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