Country Status Updates
During the CAADP country round tables – key players come together to assess the realities of their own particular situation and develop a road map for going forward. This process leads to the identification of priority areas for investment through a �?CAADP Compact’ agreement that is signed by all key partners. Find below key documents that are related to the CAADP round tables process. These include the stocktaking reports, signed compacts and the investment plans for the following countries:
|Burundi||Signed Compact||Stocktaking Document|
|DRC||Stocktaking Documents||Draft Compact|
|Ethiopia||Signed Compact||Stocktaking Document||Post Compact Roadmap||Investment Plan|
|Kenya||Signed Compact||Technical Review Document||Investment Plans|
|Malawi||Signed Compact||Investment Plan
|Rwanda||Signed Compact||Stocktaking Documents||Investment Plans||Background Documents|
|Uganda||Signed Compact||Stocktaking Documents||Investment Plan|
|Benin||Signed Compact Comments||Investment Plan
Technical Review Reports
|Stocktaking Documents||Post Compact Preliminary|
|Burkina Faso||Signed Compact||Investment Plans||Stocktaking Documents|
|Cote d’Ivoire||Signed Compact|
|Cape Verde||Signed Compact|
|Investment Plan||Stocktaking Documents||Technical Review Reports
Post Compact Preliminary Comments
|Ghana||Signed Compact||Investment Plans||Stocktaking Documents||Technical Review Reports|
|Guinea Bissau||Signed Compact|
|Liberia||Signed Compact||Investment Plan||Stocktaking Documents||Technical Review Reports|
|Mali||Signed Compact||Investment Plans||Stocktaking Documents|
|Niger||Signed Compact||Investment Plans||Stocktaking Documents|
|Nigeria||Signed Compact||Technical Review Reports|
|Togo||Signed Compact||Investment Plans||Stocktaking Documents|
|Sierra Leone||Signed Compact||Stocktaking Documents||Technical Review Reports|
|Senegal||Signed Compact||Investment Plan||Stocktaking Documents|
|Tanzania||Signed Compact||Investment Plans||Stocktaking Documents||Post Compact Road Map|
|Central African Republic||Unsigned Compact|
ECOWAS Regional Compact
Countries with compacts /Investment Plans (March 2012; 377KB) This document lists all countries that have and are expected sign the CAADP compact.
Supporting Implementation of the AU-NEPAD CAADP Agenda (Novemeber 2010; 625KB) Enhancing Investment Financing for African Agriculture Information on options and opportunities.
Table on Status of CAADP Implementation in COMESA (July 2010, 202KB)
(Overview) Information Note on Country CAADP Implementation (January 2010; 387KB)
(Country Specific) Information Note on Country CAADP Implementation (January 2010; 488KB)
Countries with compacts / Investment Plans (2010; 225KB) This document lists the countries that have signed the CAADP compacts and kick-started developing their investment plans as at 8 November 2010. The list also provides a tentative listing of those countries that are expected to sign compacts by April 2011.
CAADP Post Compact Review – Guidelines (2009; 674KB) This document explains practical guidelines for developing country specific roadmap timelines for the implementation of post-compact strategies – involving mainly the formulation of natural agriculture and food security Investment Plans, Technical Review of the Plans and Programmes as well as engaging for finalising and implementation.
French version of the CAADP Post Compact Review (2009; 895KB)
Powerpoint on CAADP Roundtable Implementation: National Progress as at June 2009 (June 2009; 522KB)
This powerpoint highlights the progress made by member states in implementing CAADP roundtable processes. Of particular interest here is the slide which speaks to the schedule of roundtables in ECOWAS in the second half of 2009.
(Overview) Information Note on Country CAADP Implementation (September 2008; 173KB)
This table summarises the progress of the CAADP roundtable process at country level.
Bar chart on CAADP Roundtable Implementation: National Progress (June 2008; 63KB)
This bar chart displays the progress made by member states in implementing CAADP roundtable processes.