CAADP Roundtable talks push non state actors

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: COMESA:
COMESA
Burundi SignedCompact 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

Technical Review

Rwanda

Signed Compact

Stocktaking Documents

Investment Plans

Background Documents
Seychelles Signed Compact
Swaziland Draft Compact
Uganda

Signed Compact

Stocktaking Documents

Investment Plan

Zambia Unsigned Compact
ECOWAS
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
Gambia

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
Mozambique Signed Compact
SADC
Tanzania Signed Compact Investment Plans Stocktaking Documents Post Compact Road Map
ECCAS
Central African Republic Unsigned Compact
UMA
Mauritania Draft Compact

Covid-19

Measures to enhance the resilience of the agricultural sector against external shocks like this kind of pandemic crises seem desperately needed. This could entail more circularity and autonomy in local based production systems; increased availability of and access to markets at decentralized levels. The term "think global, act local" seems to be more appropriate than ever and in response the PanAAC will launch an Agricultural B2B...
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