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CAADP 10 YEARS ON:
DIALOGUE TO IMPROVE IMPLEMENTATION,
COORDINATION AND
ALIGNMENT WITH NATIONAL AGRICULTURE
INVESTMENT PLANS (NAIPs)
Day 2
Donor Coordination,
Harmonization and Alignment
Who’s Here
•
• Quick Introductions of Delegates
– Boaz Blackie Kezire
Day 1 RECAP & SYNTHESIS
• Facilitator: Ed Rege
• Objective
– Quickly review emerging priority issues identified
yesterday that need to be addressed to improve
CAADP implementation over the next 10 years
Emerging Issues Arising from Group Break
Outs Sessions
✓ Private Sector – should be driving force. Public
sector should support Private sector to achieve
sustainability
✓ M&E (tracking progress) and KM (Impact oriented
policies / commitments / outcomes)
✓ Embedding thinking and doing in national
frameworks (NAIPs)
✓ Sustainability/ self-sustaining (e.g. continuing
investment that doesn’t depend on outside
resources, building institutional framework,
continuity of program)
Emerging Issues Arising from Group
Break Outs Sessions
✓ Bringing youth into agriculture
• Be more direct in supporting PPPs in value chain development so
youth can benefit
• Entrepreneurship training for youth
✓ Local capacity / institutional strengthening
✓ Political commitment at all levels
• Develop model on how we can promote to encourage political
commitment of our principles
✓ Go beyond drafting documents to our own resource mobilization and
identify other sources of funding beyond what we are already familiar
with.
✓ Consistency, stable, predictable government polices (e.g. trade policies)
✓ Research for development / innovative ideas being introduced into agr.
systems
BIG ISSUES
Mentioned by
these Regions
No. of Times
Private Sector – should be driving
Southern Africa,
4
force. Public sector should support
East Africa, West
Private sector to achieve sustainability Africa GR1, West
Africa GR 2
M&E (tracking progress) and KM
(Impact oriented policies /
commitments / outcomes)
Southern Africa,
East Africa, West
Africa GR1,
3
Embedding thinking and doing in
national frameworks (NAIPs)
Southern Africa,
East Africa
2
Sustainability/ self-sustaining
East Africa, West
Africa GR1,
2
Bringing youth into agriculture
Southern Africa,
West Africa GR
2
Day 2:
Donor Coordination, Harmonization and Alignment Conditions to be Met
Objectives:
• Exchange ideas and suggestions on current status of
donor coordination and alignment
• Share ideas on how to improve donor coordination and
alignment (at country level, between in-country and
headquarter offices)
• Clarify conditions that countries need to meet in order
for donors to turn promised support into high level
policy commitments
Part 1
• Status of Donor Coordination, Harmonization
and Alignment (10 min)
– Jeff Hill, USAID Food Security Policy Chief
• Sample Responses on Mutual Accountability,
Donor Alignment, Coordination and Aid
Effectiveness Stocktaking Exercise (10 min)
– Hubert Cathala, DPTT
Panel Dialogue
Moderator: Boaz Blackie Keizire
• Saga Pascal Yves Ilboudo, PS, Ministry of Agr for
Coordination of Agriculture Policy, Burkina Faso
• Patrick Mutabwire, PS, Ministry of Local
Government, Uganda
• Fenton Sands, USAID/Ghana, ASWG
• Sam Kanyarukiga, CAADP Coordinator in COMESA
• Eric Force, ADWG/DPTT Country Rep, Cameroun
30 min
BREAK
Mapping Donor Coordination Efforts
Objective:
• Share case studies that illustrate what it
takes to align efforts of donors and
countries or regions to achieve a
common goal
Donor Mapping Cases
• ECOWAS: Donor Mapping (15 min)
– Alain Sy Traore, Director of Agriculture, ECOWAS
• Ethiopia: Examples of approaches and tools
used to support better coordination (15 min)
– Ato Dejene and Gary Wallace, MoA and Donor
Coordinators of RED&FS Discussion, Ethiopia
• Discussion / Summary
LUNCH – 1 HOUR
RECONVENE BRIEFLY IN
PLENARY IMMEDIATELY AFTER LUNCH
Afternoon DISCUSSION TASK
Objectives of group discussion:
• Agree on 3-4 most critical donor coordination,
harmonization and alignment issues that need
to be fixed
• Brainstorm and agree on 3-4 specific, realistic
actions that can be taken to overcome these
issues (how can they be fixed)
• Summarize 3-4 Issues and How to Fix Them
Process
• Country teams will meet in regional groups after lunch
• NO FORMAL PRESENTATIONS – Keep comments concise so
everyone can participate in dialogue
REMEMBER
• Frank, open dialogue
– share experiences on how issues have been dealt with to date
– help outline and guide specific actions needed to address these issues
or challenges
• These are sessions to learn from each other
– It’s a RARE opportunity to have collegial problem solving discussions -starting with a good understanding of the problems you are facing and
MOVING TO SOLUTIONS
Focus Questions
1. How Do You Recognize If Coordination,
Harmonization and Alignment are really happening?
(What would be the most critical indicators)
–
Agree on 3-4 Indicators
1. What specific actions would you suggest to make
coordination / alignment happen or to improve it
beyond the current situation
– agree on 3-4 Actions
1. What is currently constraining national level
leadership in coordination, alignment and
harmonization? What specific steps should be taken
to address this issue?
–
Share 3-4 suggestions
Donor Coordination, Harmonization &
Alignment – HOW DO WE MAKE IT WORK
Regional Group Configuration
West Africa Group 1 (Jim Tefft) – CAUCUS 11
Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, ECOWAS
West Africa Group 2: (Maurice Lorka) – CAUCUS 12
Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo, DRC, Niger, ECOWAS
East Africa: (Mbosonge Mwenechanya)– CAUCUS 13 Ethiopia,
Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, COMESA, IGAD
Southern Africa: (Nalishebo Meebelo) – CAUCUS 10
Mozambique, South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, COMESA
REGIONAL GROUP DISCUSSIONS
UNTIL 1600
BREAK AT 1600/PLENARY AT 1630
BREAK
(30 MIN)
Specific ACTIONS Needed To Improve Donor
Coordination, Harmonization & Alignment
Reports, Discussion & Synthesis
Objectives
• Share reports
• Agree on most critical issues and most realistic
actions needed on donor coordination,
harmonization and alignment
• Agreements will provide input into revised
“Guidelines for Donor Support to CAADP Process
at a Country Level”
WRAP UP
WHAT HAPPENS TOMORROW

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