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MAFAP supports development and diversification of Ghana’s non-traditional agricultural exports
On 4 December 2018 in Accra, MAFAP, the International Trade Center (ITC) and the Duke University Global Value Chains Center presented the results of a joint study aimed at boosting Ghana’s non-traditional agricultural exports (NTEs).The study proposes actionable policy options to the Government of Ghana to promote traditionally underinvested sectors and diversify the country’s agricultural exports portfolio.
IGG Intersessional meeting on fibers triggers interest in FAO engagement on policy work in Mozambique
On the 14 November, the MAFAP programme was invited to present its work at the Intersessional meeting of the intergovernmental group (IGG) on Hard Fibres and the IGG on Jute, Kenaf and Allied Fibres. The IGG is not only a platform to discuss current issues that affect fibres but is also a forum to explore and consolidate strategic partnerships with FAO.
MAFAP supports budget planning for food and nutrition investments in Bangladesh
On the 10 October, Bangladesh launched its Second Country Investment Plan for Nutrition-Sensitive Food Systems (CIP2).
Senegal: MAFAP and the Joint Research Center of the European Commission (JRC) hold a validation workshop of the study on the optimal allocation of agricultural budget for the 2019-2023 phase of “Plan Senegal Emergent”
On 19 September 2018 in Dakar, MAFAP and the Joint Research Center of the European Commission (JRC) presented the results of a study that will guide optimal allocation of the agricultural budget for the 2019-2023 implementation period of “Plan Senegal Emergent” (PSE). The study’s Steering Committee, consisting of the Ministry of Finance’s General Directorate of Planning and Economic Policies (DGPPE), line ministries, and research institutions, shared observations and discussed the policy implications of various budget allocation scenarios.
Sénégal : Le SAPAA et le Centre Commun de Recherche de la Commission Européenne (CCR) tiennent un atelier de validation des résultats de l’étude sur l’allocation optimale du budget agricole dans le cadre de la phase 2019-2023 du Plan Sénégal Emergent.
Le 19 septembre 2018 à Dakar, le SAPAA et le Centre Commun de Recherche de la Commission européenne (CCR) ont présenté au gouvernement les résultats de l’étude sur la budgétisation optimale du volet agricole du Plan Sénégal Emergent (PSE) pour la période 2019-2023. Le Comité de pilotage de l’étude, composé de la Direction Générale de la Planification et des Politiques Economiques (DGPPE) du Ministère de l’Economie, des Finances et du Plan (MEFP), des ministères sectoriels, et des institutions de recherche, a partagé ses observations sur les résultats de modélisation des différents scénarios d’allocation budgétaire et discuté des leurs implications en matière d’orientations politiques.
FAO/OECD Seminar on Agricultural Outlook and Policy Monitoring and Evaluation
The FAO and OECD joint forces on 13th July in Rome to offer a seminar on Agricultural Outlook and Policy Monitoring and Evaluation. The event was organized under the auspices of the Committee on Commodity Problems (CCP).
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