Портал по вопросам поддержки политики и управления

/ Framework

Country Programming Framework for Nigeria 2018–2022

This Country Programming Framework (CPF) sets out five government priority areas to guide the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations' (FAO) partnership and support to the Government of Nigeria (GoN) – bringing together innovative international best practices and global standards with national and regional expertise during a five-year period from 2018 to 2022.

The priority areas are:

1. Strengthen national food security and nutrition through enhanced nutrition-sensitive and climate smart food systems.

2. Support for appropriate and operationally effective agricultural policy and regulatory frameworks.

3. Support to Nigeria's economic diversification agenda and the promotion of decent employment for youth and women in the agriculture value chains

4. Improve efficient and sustainable management of natural resources and ecosystems.

5. Enhance disaster risk reduction, resilience building and emergency management towards strengthening the Humanitarian Development Nexus.

The CPF is anchored in several national documents, which are directed at addressing a myriad of challenges to the rapid development of the agricultural sector. The documents include the Agricultural Promotion Policy (APP) - the Green Alternative, which aims to set the agricultural sector on a growth path that will ensure that output is sufficient to meet domestic food requirements and export quality levels. The Federal Government's Agriculture Promotion Policy, The Green Alternative, builds on the gains made by the Agricultural Transformation Agenda. It aims to work with key stakeholders to build an agribusiness economy that can deliver sustained prosperity, inclusive and equitable growth by meeting domestic food security goals, generating exports and supporting sustainable income and job growth