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I. What worked well/progresses? Long term ownership/vision/commitment/prioritization Financial and technical commitment from partner institutions Very high political commitment in national investment policy Constant backward/forward evaluation – keep track at different levels (input/output) (M & E) Empirically based appropriate policy in place E.g. Fertilizer input –Accessibility/availability –Better access to information via collective/cooperative action Declaration of clear targets (10% budge/ 6% growth) CAADP is a well structured program based on Pillars Institutionalized structure for dialogue in place
II. What are the challenges? Continuity/sustainability of the institutional framework of implementation/resources availability Embedding NAIP in national / local planning budgets Weak private sector involvement (planning and policy dialogue...) Tracking progress/impact Capacity of CAADP country teams is different from one country to another Ownership/leadership of the national / local government Institutionalizing the country team/CAADP-NAIP within existing government system National statistics system (available/reliability) Comprehensiveness of the sector
Evidence based planning, monitoring, evaluation, knowledge sharing, SAKSS country nodes – strengthening Improved multi-sectoral collaboration Situate CAADP structures within national/local Govt. framework III. Way forward: institutional/policy reform
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