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Lindiwe Majele Sibanda Overview of FANRPAN 20 June 2008 Kempton Park, South Africa FANRPAN Board and Partners Meeting.

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1 Lindiwe Majele Sibanda Overview of FANRPAN 20 June 2008 Kempton Park, South Africa FANRPAN Board and Partners Meeting

2 To promote appropriate agricultural and natural resources policy in order to reduce poverty, increase food security and enhance sustainable agricultural development in the SADC region. Focus: Improving policy research, analysis and formulation on key SADC priority themes Developing human and institutional capacity for coordinated policy dialogue among all stakeholders Improving policy decision making by enhancing the generation, exchange and use of policy-related information Members: Farmers, Government, Researchers, Private sector 12 southern African countries: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe. FANRPAN created in 1997, registered in 2002

3 FANRPAN Strategic Plan VISION A food secure southern Africa free from hunger and poverty MISSION WHAT-To promote evidence based policy development in the Food Agriculture and Natural Resources sector HOW facilitating linkages and partnerships between government and civil society building the capacity for policy analysis and policy dialogue in southern Africa

4 Capacity Building FANRPAN Strategic Framework Policy Research Voice Conducive Environment FANR POLICY

5 Organisation Structure Core Programme – Institutional Strengthening Chief Executive Officer Admin Support Staff Director - PolicyHead – Finance/AdminDirector - Voice PROGRAMMES HIV and AIDS Programme Food Systems Programme Agricultural Systems Programme Natural Resources And Environment Programme 12 Country Nodes (Farmer Organisations, Governments, Private Sector, Researchers, Donors) Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe COUNTRY NODES FANRPAN Board of Governors SADC, COMESA, Government, Farmer Organisations, Private Sector, Donors GOVERNANCE SECRETARIAT

6 Strengthening Evidence-Based Agricultural Policy Advocacy and Policy Harmonization in Southern Africa Implementing Countries: Angola, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia Funding Partners

7 Measuring the Impact of HIV and AIDS on Agriculture and Food Security in Southern Africa Implementing Countries: Lesotho, Swaziland and Zimbabwe Funding Partners

8 Using the Household Vulnerability Index (HVI) to Improve Programme Design and Targeting in Lesotho, Swaziland and Zimbabwe Implementing Countries: Lesotho, Swaziland and Zimbabwe Funding Partners

9 Reducing Poverty, Enhancing Food, Health and Environmental Security in the Limpopo River Basin Implementing Countries: Botswana; Mozambique; South Africa; Zimbabwe Funding Partners

10 Regional Approach to Biosaftey for Southern African Countries (RABSAC) Implementing Countries: Malawi, Mauritius and South Africa plus SADC & COMESA consultations Funding Partners

11 Biofuels Policy – Pathways for the Provision of Bio-energy in Sub-Saharan Africa Implementing Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa: FANRPAN 12 Nodes Funding Partners

12 Institutional Support to FANRPAN Secretariat and Nodes Implementing Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa: FANRPAN 12 Nodes Funding Partners DFID Department for International Development

13 Impact assessment of research in the Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF): An adoption and cost-benefit analysis project. Implementing Countries: Global with emphasis on South Africa, Zimbabwe, Thailand Funding Partners

14 Strategies for Adapting to Climate Change in Rural Sub- Saharan Africa: Targeting the Most Vulnerable Implementing Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa: FANRPAN 12 Nodes Funding Partners

15 CTA Support to FANRPAN Implementing Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa: FANRPAN 12 Nodes Funding Partners

16 Prospective Projects under Negotiation Project TitleFunding PartnersImplementing Countries Programs on policy dialogue and scaling up small scale irrigation Southern African Countries Strengthening the Capacity of Women Farmers to Influence Agricultural Policy Processes in Southern Africa 3 Southern African Countries African Agricultural Growth and Development Policy Modeling (AGRODEP) Selected FANRPAN Countries

17 Prospective Projects under Negotiation Project TitleFunding PartnersImplementing Countries Design of the COMESA CAADP Regional Compact COMESA countries Global Environment Change & Food Security in Southern Africa Southern African Countries Institutionalizing Agroforestry for Accelerated Impact and Improved Livelihoods by Smallholder Farmers in Southern Africa SADC countries

18 Prospective Projects under Negotiation Project TitleFunding PartnersImplementing Countries Institutional Support for Enhancing FANRPANs Capacity for Policy Research and Advocacy in Southern Africa SADC countries Developing a Strategy to Scale Up Use of Input Vouchers for Promoting Use of Productive Inputs by Smallholder Producers in Southern Africa SADC and COMESA countries Africa Agricultural Market Program (AAMP) COMESA DFID Department for International Development

19 Prospective Projects under Negotiation Project TitleFunding PartnersImplementing Countries CTA Support to FANRPAN Enhancing Communication and Networking 12 countries: FANRPAN 12 Nodes COMESA Carbon FundWWF; ICRAF & COMESA

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