Global Partners

MAFAP global partners include funding agencies (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; United States Agency for International Development (USAID); Government of The Netherlands; Government of Germany) and other international organizations and research institutes such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

MAFAP is working in coordination with the World Bank on policy distortions analysis and public expenditure reviews in selected countries (such as Uganda, Tanzania and Malawi among others).

In the past, MAFAP has also collaborated with the Mexico's Agricultural Trade Support and Services Office (ASERCA) in the formulation of new grain reserve policies in Mexico and with IFAD and the Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería, Acuacultura y Pesca of Ecuador (MAGAP) in the design and evaluation of the agricultural price policies in Ecuador.

Regional Partners

MAFAP supports the regional community efforts in tracking how national governments are progressing on their agricultural public expenditure plans and whether national policies are congruent with the overall strategic objectives, such as the CAADP compacts. MAFAP regional partners in Africa include:

National Partners

MAFAP works with a variety of partners at country level to develop sustainable policy monitoring systems that inform food and agricultural policy reforms. In particular, MAFAP engages closely with stakeholders involved in the national policy process, including national governments, research and policy institutes, representatives of farmers’ organizations and agribusiness as well as NGOs, advocacy organizations and the donor community.

For detailed list of MAFAP partners at country level see Where we work.