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1 Purchase for Progress (P4P) Connecting Farmers to Markets

2 Where did WFP purchase in 2008? North America 221,289 mt US$ 99 million Africa 1,024,255 mt US$ 427 million Latin America 185,812 mt US$ 236 million Europe 557,163 mt US$ 220 million Asia 846,148 mt US$ 424 million 78% of all food purchased was from developing countries Map from Nations Online Project

3 WFP purchases from COMESA members in 2008 CountryQuantity mt Value US$CountryQuantity mt Value US$ Burundi2,6151,275,709Malawi30,59715,314,167 DRC7,7244,561,315Rwanda23,87513,213,079 Egypt6,4516,381,456Sudan104,87642,723,736 Ethiopia49,20930,212,540Uganda109,68954,454,094 Kenya57,53829,595,282Zambia29,84610,571,215 Zimbabwe6,1913,666,314 428,611 mt valued at US$212 million

4 A Tradition of Local Procurement Mission Statement: “provide acceptable food… in a timely and cost efficient manner” P4P builds on WFP’s decades of experience in local procurement

5 What is P4P?

6 Building Blocks Market Interventions Monitoring & Evaluation Supply-side Partnerships ProcurementOngoing M&E Three Fundamental Components

7 Pilot Countries in Africa Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia

8 Procurement Modalities P4P focuses on smallholder and low-income farmers

9 Smallholder Farmers Small-scale Traders (Collectors) Medium-scale Traders Retailers Farmer Organizations* Third Tier Second Tier First Tier * Levels and characteristics of FOs are different in each P4P country Large-scale Food Processors/Large-scale Millers/ Large-scale Wholesalers Consumers WFP Point of Entry- RP/LP WFP P4P Point of Entry Agric. Inputs & Services WFP P4P Points of Entry Targeted P4P Points of Entry in Markets WFP Point of Entry- RP/LP WFP P4P points of entry in markets will be different in the 21 pilot countries Blended Food or Small-scale Processors Commodity Exchange Warehouse Receipts System

10 Farmer Organizations CREDIT Governments, IFAD, IFC, Banks and Microfinance Institutions PRODUCTION INPUTS Governments, NGOs, FAO, AGRA, Bilateral Partners and Private Sector POLICY & ADVOCACY Governments, Regional Economic Communities, NGOs, Media, Universities and Private Sector MARKET ACCESS Governments, FAO, IFAD, AGRA, Regional Economic Communities, Research Institutions, Universities and Private Sector QUALITY Governments, FAO, NGOs, Research Institutions and Private Sector CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT (Skills, Market Analysis, Post- harvest Handling, etc.) Governments, IFAD,AGRA, FAO, Regional Economic Communities, NGOs and Universities INFRASTRUCTURE Governments, AU, IFAD, World Bank and Bilateral Programmes Key P4P Areas of Strategic Partnerships

11 Monitoring & Evaluation Tracking progress/achievements of pilots Identifying lessons/best practices Monitoring the impact of LRP

12 Enhancing Female Participation

13 Challenges Organisational Change Prices Credit Quality

14 Interface with ACTESA Engagement from HQ, Regional and Country level Sharing lessons, best practices and case studies Raising policy issues Linking with other relevant programmes

15 Cycle of Confidence

16 ZAMACE Input/output Village Agents Public Certified Warehouse Medium enterprises/traders Farmers Organisation Private and Public Sector – the choice is the producers depending on price Large Traders Millers FRA Main Market 1 st Level Aggregation Main Aggregation Small Traders Farmers Organisation


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