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Programmes de subventions de contrepartie

Programmes de subventions de contrepartie : une approche efficace pour canaliser les transferts de fonds vers des investissements durables dans l'agrobusiness ?

Les résultats de cette consultation serviront à alimenter les modèles de la FAO pour aider les pays à concevoir et à mettre en œuvre de meilleures politiques pour exploiter le potentiel de développement des transferts de fonds dans les zones rurales.

Rapports et notes de synthèse

Empowering young agri-entrepreneurs to invest in agriculture and food systems - Policy recommendations based on lessons learned from eleven African countries

Measures that empower young agri-entrepreneurs should be a key component of a sustainable development-centred investment promotion strategy. The very realization of future generations’ food security, the sustainable transformation of food systems and the combat against unemployment and distress...

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e-Panel discussion - How to improve results in the agriculture sector: a discussion on leadership and Results-based management in Africa

Wednesday 6 May 2020, 11:00 to 12:00 CEST / 9:00 to 10:00 GMT.

Please register here:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GN8h2jmvTNKYKrMrxnjVrg

The panel is jointly hosted and organized by AVANTI and EvalForward.

AVANTI is an IFAD funded initiative supporting national governments to assess and build RBM capacities in order to better measure SDGs in up to 20 countries globally. It is implemented by Helvetas and Itad.
EvalForward is a community of practice on evaluation for Food Security, Agriculture and Rural Development, supported by the evaluation offices of FAO, IFAD and WFP.

Panellists
AVANTI & EvalForward are collaborating to share their joint experience and specific learning by an pool of expert panellists consisting of:

  • Angela Dannson (Director, Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Department, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Ghana)
  • Elias A.K. Segla (Evaluation Specialist, Presidency, Republic of Benin, Bureau of Public Policy Evaluation and Government Action Analysis)
  • Ian Goldman (Advisor on Evaluation and Evidence Systems, CLEAR Anglophone Africa) 

 
Hosting team

  • Riff Fullan: e-Panel Facilitator and Knowledge Component Lead for AVANTI
  • Ethel Sibanda: Chat Moderator and AG-Scan methodology Lead, AVANTI
  • Cesar Robles: e-Panel Technical Coordinator and Communications Lead, AVANTI
  • Renata Mirulla: Facilitator, EvalForward

 
Questions to be addressed in the e-Panel
Some of the questions under discussion include:

  • What is the importance of leadership in mainstreaming RBM in agriculture-related ministries and other institutions?
  • What factors are most influential in enabling or hindering leadership’s contribution to improved RBM in the agriculture sector?
  • What concrete actions can key stakeholders take to create an enabling environment for effective leadership in the pursuit of SDGs?

For more information please contact: [email protected] 

First comprehensive portal to track international capacity development support for forest monitoring

The Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) has launched a portal - the first such comprehensive platform - to track international capacity development support to developing countries in forest monitoring for climate action.

The portal - the GFOI Inventory of Activities - is a one-stop shop with easy-to-access information on more than 400 forest monitoring activities in 70 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean. Users can search for information by country or region, by type of forest monitoring activities, and by donors.

"Collecting and disseminating better information on forests is vital for countries and the international community's efforts to take targeted and effective action on climate change," said Hiroto Mitsugi, FAO Assistant Director-General for Forestry.

The portal will help governments and donors identify gaps, share resources, avoid overlaps and explore opportunities for new partnerships to better address the challenges countries face as they develop their National Forest Monitoring Systems.

The portal displays information from the world's leading forest monitoring development partners, including national governments, development practitioners, space agencies and forestry experts.

It is an example of successful collaboration and open information sharing, which is essential in an era of global climate change as big geospatial data and other diverse and usable information becomes increasingly available.

You can access the portal here: http://www.fao.org/gfoi/activities?utm_source=all&utm_medium=all&utm_campaign=GFOI%20Inventory%20of%20Activities

Consultations

Un dialogue et une collaboration multipartites efficaces pour améliorer la conception, la mise en œuvre et l'impact des partenariats public-privé dans le secteur agricole africain

Cette consultation servira à alimenter les tables rondes que la FAO et la CUA organiseront au Ghana et dans d’autres pays africains dans le but d’analyser les possibilités de promouvoir des partenariats public-privé dans le secteur agricole (PPP agricoles). L’objectif est de donner des informations supplémentaires aux décideurs politiques et de permettre à un large éventail de parties prenantes d'apporter leurs expériences et leurs points de vue sur le développement des PPP agricoles en Afrique.

Discover the EVAL-ForwARD Community of Practice

A new video presents the rationale behind EVAL-ForwARD, a Community of Practice on evaluation for Food Security, Agriculture and Rural Development jointly supported by the evaluation offices of FAO, WFP and IFAD. 
The objectives of EVAL-ForwARD are to enhance awareness and capacities at country-level about evaluation in the agriculture, food security and rural development sectors, with a close focus on the evaluation of efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 – End Hunger. 

Lauch of a new CoP on Evaluation for Food Security, Agriculture and Rural Development

EVAL-ForwARD is a new Community of Practice on evaluation for Food Security, Agriculture and Rural Development, jointly promoted by the evaluation offices of the Rome-based agencies: CGIAR (formerly known as the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research), FAO, IFAD and WFP.

Its first public launch took place at EvalColombo2018 during the side event The role of Evaluation in the public sector: how best to support national capacities. Conference participants had the opportunity to engage with the Directors of the Evaluation offices of FAO, IFAD and WFP on the aims, opportunities and thematic focus of this initiative.

The objectives of EVAL-ForwARD are to enhance awareness and capacities at country-level about evaluation in the agriculture, food security and rural development sectors, with a close focus on the evaluation of efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 – End Hunger.

Evaluators, development practitioners, researchers and government officials are welcome to join the Community of Practice and:

  • Exchange evaluation information, practice and knowledge;
  • Propose resources and blogs;
  • Post information about events, conferences, training opportunities.

The first EVAL-ForwARD webinar on Evaluating with a Sustainable Development Goal 2 lens: experiences to date is planned for the second half of October and aims to uncover the challenges encountered and the good practices on which the development community could build, fostering further discussion and exchanges on the topic, which is at the core of the Community’s mandate.

EVAL-ForwARD uses a Dgroup mailing list for knowledge-sharing and a website as a repository of information and resources. To sign up to the Community and to find out more, please visit: www.evalforward.org

Consultations

L’emploi des jeunes dans l’agriculture comme solution solide pour mettre fin à la faim et à la pauvreté en Afrique

Cette consultation en ligne s’inscrit dans le cadre des préparatifs en amont de la conférence « L’emploi des jeunes dans l’agriculture comme solution solide pour mettre fin à la faim et à la pauvreté en Afrique : Mobiliser les jeunes grâce aux technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC) et l’entreprenariat » et est tenue dans l’objectif d’obtenir un large éventail de points de vues sur les thèmes clés et de donner aux jeunes impliqués dans le secteur agricole et le développement rural en Afrique la possibilité de partager des expériences, des exemples de réussite, des leçons tirées et des bonnes pratiques en matière d’entreprenariat et d’innovations numériques dirigés par les jeunes dans le secteur agricole.