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CAADP 10 YEARS ON:
DIALOGUE TO IMPROVE IMPLEMENTATION,
COORDINATION AND
ALIGNMENT WITH NATIONAL AGRICULTURE
INVESTMENT PLANS (NAIPs)
Feb 11-13, 2014
African Union Conference Center
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
OPENING and SCENE SETTING
• Chair: Dr. Abebe Haile Gabriel
– Director, Department of Rural Economy and Agriculture (DREA), African
Union Commission
• Official Welcome (5-10 min each)
– Eulogio Montijano, Attaché on behalf of EU Head of Delegation, DPTT
Chair
– HE Tumusiime Rhoda Peace(Mrs.), Commissioner for Rural Economy
and Agriculture, African Union
• Opening Remark (5-10 min)
– H.E AtoTefera Deribew, Minister for the Ethiopian Ministry of
Agriculture
OVERVIEW OF MEETING
Facilitator: Ed Rege
Meeting Objectives
• Share NAIP implementation progress and challenges and identify
lessons learned.
• Discuss and identify lessons from efforts to coordinate and align
donor assistance to specific components of NAIPs.
• Review and discuss the 2014 areas of focus and workstreams /
thematic areas being proposed to sustain momentum and
sharpen focus on implementation efforts.
• Review and discuss the areas of focus to accelerate the impact of
NAIPs and investments on poverty and hunger reduction.
Expected Outputs
• Development of Post Business Meeting
Guidelines
• Production of a Technical Report
• Produce updated Guidelines for Donor
Support to CAADP Process at a Country Level
Meeting Themes
• Day 1:
– Recent Progress – Results of country and regional
Stocktaking Exercise
• Day 2:
– Donor Coordination, Harmonization and
Alignment
• Day 3:
– Sustaining Momentum of CAADP
Implementation
BREAK
(30 MIN)
CAADP 10 years on: Progress Report
and Overview of 2014
• Progress on key milestones and 2014
Overview (15 min)
– Boaz Blackie Keizire, CAADP Coordinator, DREA,
AUC
• Results of Stocktaking Exercise – Changes in
African Agriculture resulting from
implementation of CAADP Approaches (10
min)
– Josue Dione, AUC
CAADP 10 years on: Progress Report
and Overview of 2014
• Synthesis of emerging or existing NAIP Priorities
and modeling of possible performance impacts if
countries implement their plans
– Ousmane Badiane, Director for Africa, IFPRI
• Regional-Bilateral ECOWAP (CAADP) coordination
in West Africa (RAIP and NAIPs)
– Alain Sy Traore, Director of Agriculture, ECOWAS
• Group Summary
PANEL Discussion: Dialogue on
Implementation Goals, Actions and Targets
• Sam Sesay
– Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security, Sierra Leone
• Vincent Rubarema
– Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industries and
Fisheries, Uganda
• Mrs. Sophia Kaduma
– Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Tanzania
• Assiongbon Kuessan
– Secretary General, Ministry of Rural Equipment (MER), Togo
Emerging Issues/ questions
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Going beyond process to outcome of impact indicators
Clarity on what constitutes private sector and actions to mobilize local
private sector
Are policy and institutional changes being translated into actual reforms
which address hunger and poverty outcomes?
Is there evidence of sustainable increase in public (and leveraged)
private investments in agriculture?
The land question: Local access and ownership vs. “land grab” question
Lessons on addressing agricultural market challenges
Strategies for engaging the youth in agriculture
Capacity building on M&E at national and regional levels
Data collection and analysis infrastructure at national and regional levels
Regional Group Discussions - Task
• Objectives:
– Discuss country assessments – what has worked and
what are the gaps (based on stocktaking assessment
done prior to the meeting)
– Discuss and agree on 3-4 most common areas of
progress
– Identify the 3 – 4 major issues /constraints that must
be addressed to improve implementation over the
coming years
– Prepare to report on areas of progress and major
constraints
Process
• Country teams will meet in regional groups after lunch
• NO FORMAL PRESENTATIONS
• Frank, open dialogue
– share experiences on how issues have been dealt with to
date
– help outline and guide next steps on what might be done
to address these issues or challenges
• These are not sessions to judge
– It’s a RARE opportunity to have collegial problem solving
discussions -- starting with a good understanding of the
problems you are facing
Expected outcomes of this session
• Agreement on 3-4 most common areas of
progress across the countries represented in
regional group
• Agreement on 3-4 PRIORITY issues that MUST
be addressed (by countries/ RECs / donors or
all) to move forward
Focus Questions
• What’s going on with Ag production and productivity?
• What are you doing to improve the functioning of Ag markets?
• How do you engage private sector entities in CAADP NAIP
implementation?
• What’s the status of food security and provision of safety nets in
your country?
• Are you managing natural resources for sustainable agriculture
production differently since CAADP NAIP began?
• How are you involving women small holders ?
• What are the priority policy and institutional reforms needed?
• What specific emerging /cross-cutting areas should be addressed by
higher level CAADP coordination?
Regional Group Configuration
West Africa Group 1 (Jim Teft) – CAUCUS 11
Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Sierra Leone, 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: (Mebero Nalishebo) – CAUCUS 10
Mozambique, South Africa, Malawi, Zambia,
COMESA
LUNCH – 1 HOUR
PLENARY AT 1415
RECONVENE BRIEFLY IN
REGIONAL GROUP DISCUSSIONS
1 HOUR
BREAK AT 1600/PLENARY AT 1630
BREAK
(30 MIN)
Plenary Session
Report Back & Discussion
Objectives:
• Share results of regional discussions
– 3-4 common areas of progress
– 3-4 PRIORITY issues that MUST be addressed
• Brainstorm
– emerging consensus around priority issues that
need to be addressed to improve CAADP
implementation over the next 10 years – from
country perspective
WRAP UP
AUC-HOSTED SOCIAL EVENT

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