Current Status of the Definition and Implementation of the National Communication for Development Policy


· Mali
· Burkina Faso
· Niger
· Guinea-Bissau

Communication for Development Case Study 25

A Bilingual Regional Workshop

Methodologies for Designing
and Implementing Multimedia Communication Strategies
and National Communication Policies
Niamey, Niger 1-5 April 2002

The Communication for Development Group
Extension, Education and Communication Service
Research, Extension and Training Division
Sustainable Development Department

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2002

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FOREWORD

GENERAL INTRODUCTION

A. THE CASE OF MALI

Introduction
I. The Process of Designing the National Communication for Development Policy (NCDP) in Mali
II. The Methodology for Designing the National Communication for Development Policy in Mali: Assets and Constraints
III. Implementation of the National Communication for Development Policy in Mali
IV. Lessons Learnt
V. Recommendations to Countries Interested in Elaborating a National Communication for Development Policy
Conclusion

B. THE CASE OF BURKINA FASO

Introduction
I. The Process of Designing the National Communication for Development Policy in Burkina Faso
II. The Methodology for Designing the National Communication for Development Policy of Burkina Faso: Assets and Constraints
III. Implementation of the National Communication for Development Policy
IV. Lessons Learnt
V. Recommendations to Countries Interested in Designing a National Communication for Development Policy
Conclusion

C. THE CASE OF NIGER

Introduction
I. The Process of Designing the National Communication for Development Policy in Niger
II. The Methodology for Designing the National Communication for Development Policy: Assets and Constraints
III. The Implementation of the National Communication for Development Policy
IV. Lessons Learnt
V. Recommendations to Countries Interested in Designing a National Communication for Development Policy
Conclusion

D. THE CASE OF GUINEA-BISSAU

Introduction
I. The Process of Designing the National Communication for Development Policy in Guinea-Bissau
II. The Regional Bureau’s Objectives with Regard to Communication Strategy
III. Potentials and Limiting Factors
IV. The Action Programme for the Implementation of the National Communication for Development Policy
V. The Implementation Methodology for the National Strategy of Communication for Development
VI. Contribution and Support by the Guinea-Bissau Government
VII. The Implementation Process of the National Communication for Development Policy
VIII. Assets and Constraints of the Elaboration Methodology of the National Communication for Development Policy
IX. Recommendations to Countries Interested in Elaborating a National Communication for Development Policy
X. Lessons Learnt
Conclusion