The MAFAP Methodology Document provides a detailed description of the methodology used in the MAFAP project. It explains how market incentives and disincentives are calculated and how public expenditures are reviewed.
This report describes the 2008 Scoping Exercise which aimed at assessing information gaps and policy makers’ needs. It includes summaries of discussions and consultations initiated with African governments and development partners.
This document explains MAFAP’s methodology for systematically measuring public expenditure to support the food and agriculture sector. The methodology builds upon the OECD’s approach for measuring budgetary support for the agricultural sector. It uses Uganda as an example of how to apply the methodology.