- February 2012: MAFAP activities started in Ghana – including gathering data for price analysis.
- November 2012:
- Workshop to present the preliminary results of the analyses of price incentives and disincentives.
- Capacity building session on the MAFAP methodology for public expenditure analysis.
- April 2013: Capacity building workshop on the MAFAP methodology for analysing price incentives.
- Expected outcome: stakeholders use and apply the MAFAP methodology for policy monitoring and evaluation.
- May 2013: Public expenditure analysis finalized.
Policy Analysis Partners
Policy Dialogue Partners
- The Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate (PPMED) [website]
- The Ministry of Food and Agriculture Statistics, Research and Information Directorate (SRID)
- The Science and Technology Research Institute (CSIR-STEPRI) [website]
- The Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate (PPMED)
- Palm Oil
- In general, farmers receive lower prices compared to international prices, while consumers sometimes pay higher prices.
- Domestic prices are converging with international prices. However, ad hoc policies and poorly functioning markets are a significant burden for producers and consumers.
- Nine technical notes analyzing market incentives and disincentives for maize, rice, cassava, yam, cocoa, groundnuts, palm oil, beans and sorghum
- One technical note analysing public expenditure to support agriculture and rural development
- A comprehensive country report
- A database with all indicators and supporting information used for their calculation
- Information about capacity development activities on the MAFAP methodology for public expenditure analysis and for market incentives and disincentives
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