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MAFAP in a nutshell

FAO is working with national partners to set up a sustainable system for monitoring the impact of food and agricultural policies for the first time in Africa.
Through MAFAP, FAO has developed common indicators for monitoring key commodities and public expenditure in agriculture. This helps policy makers and donors understand if policies are having a positive impact and compare results across countries and over time.
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MAFAP Products

MAFAP develops innovative analysis for policymakers and other stakeholders in the food and agricultural sector. Our information products include country reports, commodity-specific technical notes, policy briefs and country profiles. These documents cover most of the key issues driving food and agricultural policy dialogue in our partner countries.
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Where we work

MAFAP works in ten countries in Africa. Among them, intensive policy analysis and monitoring work is being undertaken in Burkina Faso, Mali, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, in collaboration with counterpart institutions and research institutes. These activities include in-depth analyses of market incentives and disincentives, as well as public expenditures. 

In Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique and Nigeria, at this stage preparatory policy analysis and monitoring work is undertaken, which includes a market incentives and disincentives analysis for selected commodities.
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