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Summary of the Biennial Review Critical Analysis and Lessons for Social Protection

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Addis Ababa, 24 October, 2018

Maurice Lorka, CAADP Adviser, AUC

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Summary of the Biennial Review Critical Analysis and Lessons for Social Protection

  1. 1. Summary of the Biennial Review Critical Analysis and Lessons for Social Protection Addis Ababa, 24 October, 2018 Maurice Lorka, CAADP Adviser, AUC
  2. 2. Social Protection in the Malabo Declaration • Commitment 3: Ending Hunger by 2025 • AU Heads of State committed to integrate measures for increased agricultural productivity with social protection initiatives focusing on vulnerable social groups through committing targeted budget lines within our national budgets.
  3. 3. Social Protection in the Malabo Declaration • Strengthening strategic food and cash reserves to respond to food shortages occasioned by periodic prolonged droughts or other disasters/emergencies
  4. 4. Social Protection in the Malabo Declaration • Strengthening early warning systems to facilitate advanced and proactive responses to disasters and emergencies with food and nutrition security implications • Targeting priority geographic areas and community groups for interventions
  5. 5. Social Protection in the Malabo Declaration • Encouraging and facilitating increased consumption of locally produced food items, including the promotion of innovative school feeding programs that use food items sourced from the local farming community
  6. 6. Measuring Social Protection in the Biennial Review
  7. 7. Results from the BR Report • Mali, South Africa and Zimbabwe have reported to be “on track” • Budget line on Social Protection as percentage of the Total resource requirements for coverage of the vulnerable social groups – 2016 Milestone: 100%
  8. 8. Challenges 1. Country data availability for the 43 indicators… specially on Social Protection 2. Data quality … 3. Harmonization of data management methodologies used by countries … 4. Scorecards approach very new to some Technical Experts & Researchers involved in the process… 5. FUNDING the BR process: Limited resources…
  9. 9. Summary of Recommendations 1. Check data sources 2. Implication of National Bureau of Statistics and other agencies working on the same thematic areas (e.g. FAO, ILO, UNICEF, ReSAKSS, etc) 3. Improve household/national surveys 4. Use ICT and Software to collect data 5. Improve Resource Mobilization at all levels.
  10. 10. Q01 Q02 Q03 Q04 2017 Q05 Q06 Q07 Q08 2018 Q09 Q10 Q11 Q12 2019 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 2020 The BR mechanism is established and has delivered on the Inaugural Biennial Report to the January 2018 AU Assembly. 1.1 Accountability platforms are established and institutionalize d to make best use of the BR exercise for responsive actions. 1.2 Process for the 2019 BR Report to the January 2020 Assembly. 1.3 Strengthening M&E Systems @ Country, for the e-Biennial 2.1 Strengthening M&E Systems @ RECs, AUC levels 2.2 Responsive programmes-activities emerging from the AU Decisions on the BR are designed and implemented 1.4 Done Pathway of the AU-led Biennial Review
  11. 11. “ ” MERCI THANK YOU ASANTE SHUKRAN Contact Person: Maurice Lorka, CAADP Adviser, AUC n’guessanp@Africa-union.org https://au.int/rea

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