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  1. 1. ReSAKSS–Africa Lead Project Strengthening Capacity for Strategic AgriculturalPolicy and Investment Planning and Implementation in Africa Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi 11-13 April 2012 Overview of the CAADP Agenda and ReSAKSS in West Africa By M. Yade
  2. 2. OUTLINE• SOME BASIS TARGETS AND PRINCIPLES OF CAADP• RESAKSS AS PART OF CAADP IMPLEMENTATION• STRATEGIC ANALYSIS• ANNUAL TRENDS AND OUTLOOK REPORTS (ATOR)Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 2
  3. 3. Some basic Targets and Principles of CAADP• CAADP as a strategic framework by which to guide country development efforts and partnerships in the agricultural sector: • agriculture led growth for poverty reduction; • increased funding of agriculture (10%) and • at least 6% agriculture growth – all targeted at achieving MGD1 and other welfare targetsRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 3
  4. 4. Some basic Targets and Principles of CAADP– (1) mobilize existing expertise , capacities and knowledge and provide first-rate analytical and advisory services to countries and Regional Economic Communities in the design, implementation, and evaluation of CAADP programs.– (2) provide assistance to countries in the establishment of national knowledge system nodes to support CAADP implementationRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 4
  5. 5. Some basic Targets and Principles of CAADP• Work with the national nodes to provide relevant and timely information to guide: – Mutual review at the continental level to review overall progress in the implementation of CAADP – Peer review at the regional level to promote dialogue and mutual learning around the review of progress and performance – Progress review at the national level to ensure that country level policies and programs are aligned with CAADP principles and on track to meet the country-specific targets and objectives Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 5
  6. 6. ReSAKSS as Part of CAADP Implementation• National Nodes: – pursuing the same objectives at national level – ensuring the mobilisation and coordination of knowledge generating and dissemination networks – Comprising of: • An analytical node bringing together National Agricultural Research Institutes, universities, statistics offices, the technical arms of professional organisations, etc. • A framework for review, dialogue and advocacy coordinated at high level (Permanent Secretary of Director) including all stakeholders: government institutions, Professional associations,TFP, etc. Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 6
  7. 7. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS• CONTRIBUTION TO NAIP AND RAIP DESIGN WITH: – STOCK TAKING EXERCICE –MODELING WORK –Review of the consistency of the NAIP’s vis a vis their growth, poverty and funding targetsRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  8. 8. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS• TREND SCENARIO FOR GROWTH AND POVERTY REDUCTION;• COMPARE TRENDS WITH CAADP AND MDG-1 TARGETS• ALTERNATIVE SCENARIOS TO MEET CAADP AND MDG-1 TARGETS ;• ASSESS FUNDING REQUIREMENTSRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  9. 9. STRATEGIC ANALYSISCONTRIBUTION OF AG GROWTH TO POVERTY REDUCTION 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 BENIN BURKINA CAPE GAMBIE GHANA GUINEE LIBERIA MALI NIGER NIGERIA SENEGAL TOGO FASO VERT CONAKRY Agriculture Non Agriculture sectors Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  10. 10. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS LONG TERM LINKAGES (=> 2015) BETWEEN AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AND POVERTY REDUCTION 450 35 400Ag GDP (Millions US$) 30 Poverty reduction (%) 350 25 300 250 20 200 15 150 10 100 5 50 0 0 Benin Burkina Cape Verde The Gambia Ghana Guinea Liberia Mali Niger Senegal Togo Faso Growth in Agricultural GDP Reduction in national poverty rate Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  11. 11. STRATEGIC ANALYSISSTRATEGIC CROPS FOR AG GROWTH AND POVERTY REDUCTIONBENIN Filières vivrières (Racines et tubercules)BURKINA FASO Filière bovine et mil/sorghoCAP-VERT Filières vivrièresGAMBIE Céréales (mil/sorgho)* et filière bovineGHANA Racines et tubercules et pêcheriesGUINEE RizLIBERIA Filières vivrièresMALI Filières vivrières (Riz; Mil/Sorgho)*NIGER ElevageNIGERIA Manioc, RizSENEGAL Elevage et Filières vivrières (mil/sorgho Riz)*SIERRA LEONE ManiocTOGO Filières vivrières Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  12. 12. STRATEGIC ANALYSISEXPECTED AG GROWTH IN 2015* UNDER DIFFERENT SCENARIOS 16.0 16.0 14.0 14.0 12.0 12.0 10.0 10.0 8.0 8.0 6.0 6.0 4.0 4.0 2.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 er ia e a al na ria go in e a i so al rd ne on bi er en eg ig To M Fa ha be am Ve N ig Le ui en B G Li N G na G e S rra ap ki ie ur C S B bau national strategies CAADP *For Nigeria, the time horizon was extended to 2017 when the country is expected to halve the poverty rate compared to its 1996 level. Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  13. 13. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS EXPECTED POVERTY REDUCTION BY 2015 UNDER DIFFERENT SCENARIOS bau national strategies CAADP MDG1 40.0 20.0 0.0 -20.0 -40.0 -60.0 -80.0-100.0 go so n er i a na a ia l ria e e al ga ni bi ne rd on g er M Fa To ha be Be am ne Ni Ve ui g Le G Li Ni a Se G G in pe ra rk er Ca Bu Si Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  14. 14. STRATEGIC ANALYSISCURRENT AG EXPENDITURE RATIOS REQUIRED AG EXPENDITURETO TOTAL EXPENDITURES (%) GROWTH TO MEET 6% AGRICULTURAL GROWTHRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  15. 15. STRATEGIC ANALYSISCURRENT FUNDING EFFICIENCY: ELASTICITY VIS-À-VIS AG GROWTHRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa
  16. 16. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS• SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF CHILD NUTRITION IN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA• MARKET ANALYSIS IN WEST AFRICA: VERTICAL INTEGRATION AND INSTABILITY• MONITORING OF THE MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL 1 (MDG1) IN WEST AFRICARegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 16
  17. 17. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS• Study on the dynamics of food consumption in West Africa conducted jointly with MSU in 7 West African countries: – ANALYSIS OF HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE SURVEYS – ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL FOOD BALANCES – REGRESSION ANALYSIS => MARGINAL BUDGET SHARES/DEMAND ELASTICITIESRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 17
  18. 18. Trends and Outlook Reports• FRAMEWORK – (POLICY/PRIMARY FACTOR ENDOWMENT) – FUNDING – PERFORMANCE – LIVELIHOODS – NO OR LIMITED PRIMARY DATA COLLECTION – CHALLENGES: • DATA QUALITY • CONTINUITY • DATA FORMAT COMPATIBILITY • SUSTAINABILITYRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 18
  19. 19. Trends and Outlook Reports• TEAM: CORE COUNTRY ACTORS – Planning and statistics unit of MINAGRI (PSU) as coordinator – National Institute of Statistics (poverty unit, national accounting unit) – Budget unit in Ministries of Finance – Professional think tanks – Market information systems – M&E units in other relevant ministries such as livestock, environment, fisheries, trade, etc – NARS including Universities – Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRSP) unit Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 19
  20. 20. Trends and Outlook Reports• TEAM: REGIONAL – ReSAKSS WA EXPERTS – LEAD EXPERTS FOR EACH COMPONENT: • ENABLING ENVIRONMENT AND CAADP STATUS • FUNDING, • MACRO PERFORMANCE, • AGRICULTURAL PERFORMANCE, • AGRICULTURAL TRADE • LIVELIHOODSRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 20
  21. 21. Trends and Outlook Reports• ACTIVITIES: REGIONAL – Drafting of terms of reference: list and specification of indicators, rationale, definitions, computation, sources and links to policy targets; profile of collaborators – Methodology workshops , quality review, technical backstopping – Regional synthesis of each component by ReSAKSS in collaboration with lead experts – Regional validation and dissemination workshop – Finalization of regional trends and outlook reportRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 21
  22. 22. Trends and Outlook Reports• ACTIVITIES AT NATIONAL LEVEL – PSU as coordinator develops operational plan and monitors execution – Data collection and analysis by different subgroups following the components – Subgroup reports submitted to the planning unit with data sheets as annexes – Planning unit consolidates subgroup reports and submits to ReSAKSS with all data sheets for review – Technical meetings and national validation workshops – Finalization of national trends and outlook report Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 22
  23. 23. CAADP Compact NAIP Country [date signed] [Date drafted, reviewed and validated]Benin 15-Oct-09 Draft: Sept-10 Review: 13 June -2010Burkina Faso 22-Jul-10 Draft: Sept-10Cape Verde 10-Dec-09 Draft: undatedCote dIvoire 27-Jul-10Gambia, The 27-Oct-09 Draft: Sept-10 Review: 13-Sept-10Ghana 27-Oct-09 Draft: Sept-10 Review: 13-June-10Guinea 6-Apr-10 Draft: 14-Sept-10Guinea Bissau 18-Jan-11Liberia 5-Oct-09 Draft: 20-Sept-2010 Review: 13-June-10Mali 12-Oct-09 Draft: Aug-10 Review: 27-Sept-10Niger 29-Sep-09 Draft: June-10 Review: 27-Sept-10Nigeria 12-Oct-09 Draft: Sept-10 Review: 13 June-10Senegal 9-Feb-10 Draft: June-10 Review: 13-June-10Sierra Leone 17-Sep-09 Draft: May-2010 Review: 13-June-10Togo 19-Jul-09 Draft: June-10 Review: 13-June-10 Validate: 4-Feb-10 Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 23
  24. 24. MERCIRegional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System – West Africa Page 24

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