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ReSAKSS e-Atlas Work: ReSAKSS-Southern Africa

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Sibusiso Nhlengethwa
ReSAKSS-SA/IWMI
ReSAKSS Conference 2018
African Union, Addis Ababa
Ethiopia

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ReSAKSS e-Atlas Work: ReSAKSS-Southern Africa

  1. 1. ReSAKSS e-Atlas Work: ReSAKSS-Southern Africa Sibusiso Nhlengethwa ReSAKSS-SA/IWMI ReSAKSS Conference 2018 African Union, Addis Ababa Ethiopia
  2. 2. Overview of the e-Atlas Teams in Southern Africa • The e-Atlas training workshops of Malawi and Mozambique were conducted in August 2016. • In Malawi a team of ten (10) members was trained whilst in Mozambique a team four (4) was also trained. • In hind sight three (3) members from Zambia were trained in a workshop in Nairobi, Kenya. However, this team has not yet complied to fulfil its mandate
  3. 3. Overview of the e-Atlas Work in Southern Africa • The data compiled by the Malawi e-Atlas Team has been fervently useful for the ASWAp in the National JSR process and the BR process • The data compiled by the Mozambique e-Atlas team has been the MozSAKSS and the Technical Analytical Network to draw up policy briefs that have been presented to the National Agriculture Stakeholder. • In Mozambique the data in the e-Atlas has been used for both the JSR and BR processes
  4. 4. E-Atlas Opportunities in Southern Africa • Linking annual agriculture census, household income and expenditure surveys with the e-Atlas. • Enhance, coordinate and harmonize the data and M&E systems in the countries. • Use this data for policy formulation and policy analysis.
  5. 5. E-Atlas Challenges in the SADC Region • Loss of institutional memory and skills due to transfer of officers in public service especially in Malawi and Zambia. • Data systems and M&E systems in these countries is still paper based and quit unorthodox. • Lethargic buy-in from the political spheres of the e-Atlas as virtual data and M&E tool
  6. 6. Prospective e-Atlas Countries in Region • Angola • Namibia • Swaziland • Zambia (revitalise)
  7. 7. Malawi and Mozambique
  8. 8. Thank You

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