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Promoting CAADP Mutual Accountability Through the
Biennial Reviews Process
Greenwell Matchaya, PhD
Senior Economics Resear...
INTRODUCTION
The Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP)
 Key Africa’s policy framework for agric...
Adapted from AUC 2020, https://au.int/en/caadp/toolkit
Under the Commitment to Mutual Accountability to Actions and Results (7)
 African Leaders committed to a systematic regu...
CONTINENTAL PERFORMANCE IN 2017 AND 2019
Adapted from AUC 2020, https://au.int/en/caadp/toolkit
MUTUAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ACTIONS AND RESULTS
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Adapted from AUC 2020, https://au.int/en/caadp/toolkit
 Technical leadership- with AUC/NEPAD and partners: Leads the development of
methods for the reviews etc
 eBR developmen...
BR PROCESS CHALLENGES NOTED I
 Data Issues in all Countries: The data availability and quality challenges
continue to aff...
BR PROCESS CHALLENGES NOTED II
 Weak Data Standards and Protocols: Some countries continue to have weak data
standards an...
LESSONS LEARNT I
 Countries with relatively stronger data systems in some cases reported better
 Formation of Cluster Gr...
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT I
 Complete the CAADP processes
 Domestication of the Malabo Declaration and targets into NA...
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT II
 Integrate the BR data collection process into existing national and regional
systems to e...
 Countries need to report their performance again in 2021
 This report will cover the period 2020 -2021
 The final road...
 Training of country experts – February 2021
 Country data Collection and validation – March/June 2021
 Data valuation ...
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2020 ReSAKSS Annual Conference - Plenary Session VI Progress Toward Achieving CAADP Goals

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2020 ReSAKSS Annual Conference - Plenary Session VI Progress Toward Achieving CAADP Goals

  1. 1. Promoting CAADP Mutual Accountability Through the Biennial Reviews Process Greenwell Matchaya, PhD Senior Economics Researcher & ReSAKSS-SA Coordinator International Water Management Institute Pretoria g.Matchaya@cigar.org
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION The Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP)  Key Africa’s policy framework for agriculture development and transformation since 2003.  Focuses on reducing poverty and increasing food security and nutrition.  The 2014 Malabo Declaration on Agricultural Transformation added focus areas to the CAADP. oThe Malabo Declaration is an agricultural transformation agenda owith commitments and targets in 7 thematic areas:
  3. 3. Adapted from AUC 2020, https://au.int/en/caadp/toolkit
  4. 4. Under the Commitment to Mutual Accountability to Actions and Results (7)  African Leaders committed to a systematic regular review process of the progress made  in implementing the provisions of the Declaration using the CAADP Results Framework  (a) to conduct a biennial Agricultural Review Process that involves tracking, monitoring and reporting on progress  AU developed AATS based on 43 indicators for the 1st BR and 47 indicators for the 2nd BR.  Results presentation is not a focus of this session but some highlights on country performance in the BR1 and BR2 are as below: INTRODUCTION II
  5. 5. CONTINENTAL PERFORMANCE IN 2017 AND 2019 Adapted from AUC 2020, https://au.int/en/caadp/toolkit
  6. 6. MUTUAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ACTIONS AND RESULTS  Adapted from AUC 2020, https://au.int/en/caadp/toolkit
  7. 7.  Technical leadership- with AUC/NEPAD and partners: Leads the development of methods for the reviews etc  eBR development and deployment with AUC/NEPAD and partners  Support to countries to resolve emerging technical issues  Work with RECs, AUC/NEPAD and partners to review submitted reports  Technical leadership in trainings of country experts  Leading the development of briefs and materials for dissemination  Contributes to concepts development in this area ROLE OF RESAKSS I
  8. 8. BR PROCESS CHALLENGES NOTED I  Data Issues in all Countries: The data availability and quality challenges continue to affect the BR process even in the second round of reporting.  Some of the BR Indicators are Not routinely collected by National systems. There is a need to mainstream the BR indicators in routine data collection at national level  Assessment of the Inaugural BR: a majority of the countries did not conduct an assessment of the 1st BR to identify areas that need improvement in the 2nd BR.  This may have contributed to hence the low performance of in some cases
  9. 9. BR PROCESS CHALLENGES NOTED II  Weak Data Standards and Protocols: Some countries continue to have weak data standards and protocols. As such, quality, accuracy, traceability and verification of data are compromised.  BR Processes at country levels not fully inclusive: In some cases, countries still do not have an elaborate BR process. It should be popularized more –expand BR teams  Reports Validation challenges: With both the 1st and 2nd BR Processes, some countries have not held a robust validation workshop/meeting.  Need further studies in areas of post harvest losses and women empowerment to generate initial data at country level
  10. 10. LESSONS LEARNT I  Countries with relatively stronger data systems in some cases reported better  Formation of Cluster Groups: Member States at national level which created Cluster Groups to align to the seven (7) Malabo Declaration Commitments improved reporting rates  The REC Secretariats and ReSAKSS technical team BR Meeting: This meeting is vital in improving the quality of Member States BR reports and also enhancing the reporting rates.  eBR helped with reporting and analysis and minimized errors in indicator computations. Shows usefulness of ICT in this process  Development of BR Work Plans/Roadmaps: The roadmaps/plans developed during country trainings assisted Member states to preparations.  Assessment of previous BR as part of preparation for future BR was useful
  11. 11. SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT I  Complete the CAADP processes  Domestication of the Malabo Declaration and targets into NAIPs.  Integrate the Malabo Commitments into National Agriculture Investment Plans (NAIPS) and ensure effective implementation  Build capacity for evidence-based agricultural policy-making and programing by making the Biennial Review process a part of regional and national decision systems.  Convene national dialogues to reflect on and discuss the results of this Biennial Review report
  12. 12. SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT II  Integrate the BR data collection process into existing national and regional systems to ease data collection.  CAADP in general and the BR process in particular, requires stronger political leadership and commitment  Link the BR to policies and programs, and use it to trigger changes at country level  Strengthening country level data systems in general  Broadly communicate BR findings, and enhance the visibility of the BR
  13. 13.  Countries need to report their performance again in 2021  This report will cover the period 2020 -2021  The final roadmap will be shared by AUC at CAADP PP –Nov 2020  Critical Analysis of BR II process by Theme- November 2020  Malabo Policy Learning event- 23-24 November 2020  CAADP PP meeting – November 25-27 2020  Permanent Secretaries Retreat- Date :TBC  Revision of Technical documents for BR III- Dec 2020-Jan 2021  Training of Trainers (Virtual)- January 2021 DRAFT BIENNIAL REVIEW III ROADMAP I
  14. 14.  Training of country experts – February 2021  Country data Collection and validation – March/June 2021  Data valuation at REC level- July 2021  Final submission using eBR July 2021  Data Cleaning and feedback to countries- July/August 2021  Write-shop –August 2021  Presentation to Heads of State- Jan 2022 DRAFT BIENNIAL REVIEW III ROADMAP II

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