11th CAADP PP Delegate Brief

11th CAADP PARTNERSHIP PLATFORM
“Walking the Talk: Delivering on Malabo Commitments on Agriculture for Women
Empowerment and Development”
25th-26th March
2015,
Hotel,
Johannesburg; South Africa
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African Union Commission
DELEGATE BRIEF
Delegate Brief
Contents
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MEETING SCOPE AND PURPOSE....................................................................3
KEY GUIDING QUESTIONS...............................................................................4
MEETING STRUCTURE AND APPROACH........................................................5
DETAILED AGENDA............................................................................................6
INFORMATION KIOSKS AND EXHIBITIONS.....................................................10
SELF-ORGANISED SIDE EVENTS: Information sharing & networking.............10
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1.
MEETING SCOPE AND PURPOSE
CONTEXT: Embracing the Malabo Declaration
The last three CAADP Partnership Platform (CAADP PP) Meetings (2012, 2013 and 2014) were dedicated to appreciating the
challenges and gains as well as learning from the experiences of CAADP in the first ten (10) years of CAADP. This allowed us
to identify priorities, action areas and implementation strategies for CAADP in the 2nd decade (2015-2025) and beyond. The
2014 AU Year of Agriculture and Food Security had provided unique opportunities for articulating a shared vision among all
stakeholders on the agriculture future we want, which culminated in the adoption of the Malabo Declaration on Agriculture by the
AU Heads of State and Government Summit that was held in June 2014, which gave renewed legitimacy to CAADP as Africa’s
Strategic framework for advancing agricultural growth and transformation for shared prosperity.
The Malabo Declaration on agriculture and food security provides the African vision and resolve to accelerated agricultural
transformation through collective and Member States specific actions. Among the key issues unique in the Malabo Declaration is
two factors, namely (a) the focus on delivering measureable results and impact around 7 areas of commitment - deepening the
earlier CAADP Maputo commitments, and (b) bringing focus for the need for institutional and policy change to create an enabling environment for country and regional efforts to succeed in delivering on the Malabo targets and commitments.
Against this background, the 11th CAADP Partnership Platform - the first CAADP PP after the Malabo Declaration - is designed
to help shape how the RESOLVE will be translated into action, results and impact. The PP will help build a shared understanding of country and regional needs and expectations of them for rolling out the Implementation Strategy and Road Map including
launching efforts to form technical partnerships to align with and support implementation. CAADP faces new implementation
challenges that will require evolving partnerships, including partnerships to integrate major initiatives and flagship efforts that are
now in place making contributions to the areas and targets of the Malabo Declaration. Tapping these efforts will be key to early
success in achieving results and impact. The PP will also play a key role in understanding what are the systemic, institutional
and policy changes that are being targeted to increase the efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of development efforts.
The PP will be an important milestone in helping to shape actions to advance important commitments around cross cutting issues such as gender, inclusiveness, regional trade, entrepreneurship development and youth employment.
The 11th CAADP PP Meeting theme and sub-themes
The 11th CAADP PP meeting also recognizes and will seek to bring out, in practical implementation terms, the connections
between CAADP and its results framework, the Malabo Declaration and the Africa Union (AU) “Agenda 2063” as well as the
work on the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. The PP is designed to also directly and concretely reflect on the 2015
African Union theme - “Women Empowerment and Development, Towards Africa Agenda 2063”.
1.1
The main theme
The 11th CAADP PP is organised around the theme “Walking the Talk: Delivering on Malabo Commitments on Agriculture for
Women Empowerment and Development”. The theme reflects the tempo and ambition expressed by Member States, both Governments and non-state players, to see more ACTION, RESULTS and IMPACT. As indicated above, the PP meeting will serve
as an important platform to take stock of existing capacity and commitments as well as gaps in the continent’s capabilities to
attain the goals and targets as set in the Malabo Declaration and CAADP Results Framework.
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The sub-themes
The Malabo Declaration itemizes seven (7) specific goals and targets for the 2015-2025. These include recommitment on the
10% annual public budget support to agriculture and the 6% annual agriculture productivity growth rate. Goal 1 is recommitment
to the CAADP Vision and Principles and Goal 7 is commitment to the CAADP Results Framework, both, in terms of commitment
to accountability in delivering measureable results as well as agreeing to a set of targets as continental benchmarks.
Goals 2, 3, 4 and 5 are on specific targets as indicators of the ambition and expected results including associated systems
change (transformation). The seven goals, together, reflect an aggregated set of up-front (dashboard) indicators giving an
assessment on progress, results and impact. The CAADP Results Framework presents an elaboration of the complete set of
indicators – i.e. placing the seven dashboard indicators into a broader set of desegregated continental level indicators. Within
the context of examining “THE HOW” and setting to “WALK-THE-TALK”, Goals 2, 3, 4 and 7 have been selected to frame the
11th CAADP PP sub-themes – as follows:
Sub-theme 1: Walking the Talk: Ending Hunger and Malnutrition by 2025
Sub-theme 2: Walking the Talk: Inclusive Agricultural Growth and Transformation for Women Empowerment
Sub-theme 3: Walking the Talk: Boosting Intra-African Trade
Sub-theme 4: Walking the Talk: Building Resilience and Reduce Vulnerability to Climate Change and other Risks through
Women Empowerment
Sub-theme 5: Walking the Talk: Mutual Accountability to Actions, Results and Impacts
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KEY GUIDING QUESTIONS
The aim of this meeting is to identify the capacity needs and partnerships required at all levels to implement the Malabo Declaration including its Implementation Strategy and Road Map.
The QUESTIONS are intended to guide, focus and stimulate the discussions in the five breakout sessions organized along the
sub- themes.
1. What result areas (in the Malabo Declaration - CAADP Results Framework) are you contributing to and how; what cover
age does your initiative now have (countries, regions, populations); what are the targets for your initiative in terms of scale
and impact and what are the major actions you are taking in 2015?
2. Does your initiative/programme directly involve interventions on women empowerment, youth employment and/or capacity
building of local institutions? In which ways
3. Does your initiative now work with civil society and/or private sector groups?; explain
4. How do you see yourself contributing to or being part of a network of technical practitioners to advance the Malabo Declara
tion?
Against these questions, the PP will generate practical information that will help in mapping out and building the technical partnerships and networks to create the capacity that is required to deliver on the Malabo Declaration.
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3.
MEETING STRUCTURE AND APPROACH
3.1
Structure and approach
To allow more time for open discussions and sharing, the PP meeting will take the form of several plenary sessions led by facilitated panel discussions and parallel break-out sessions for more detailed and spread-out discussions and sharing. Only a small
number of presentations are included.
Participating institutions, especially those involved in multi-country agriculture development initiatives and Programmes are
encouraged to bring along a brief on their work (maximum 1 page); could cover
(a) results areas in the Malabo Declaration to which your work will contribute;
(b) how is this contribution going to be made;
(c) what is the envisaged scale of the contribution – area/number of people and over what time period.
The country scope forms the primary basis for all discussions. Participatory methods will be used to stimulate dialogue and
sharing and harnessing the knowledge and experience from all delegates, and thereby collectively building the “HOW” of
CAADP implementation over the coming decade.
Participating institutions, especially those involved in multi-country agriculture development initiatives and Programmes
are encouraged to bring along a brief on their work (maximum 1 page); could cover (a) results areas in the Malabo
Declaration to which your work will contribute; (b) how is this contribution going to be made; (c) what is the envisaged
scale of the contribution – area/number of people and over what time period
3.2Language
The Meeting will have Arabic-English French- -Portuguese- simultaneous interpretation during the plenary sessions. Only
French-English interpretation will be available during the parallel session.
3.3Participants
The CAADP PP is open to all interested CAADP and agriculture transformation stakeholders - These include Government political/policy and technical officials; parliamentarians; Regional Economic Communities, farmers’ organizations, private sector, civil
society, development partners, donor communities, etc.
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4.
DETAILED AGENDA
MONDAY AND TUESDAY; 23rd and 24th MARCH 2015
Independent side events throughout the days (liaise with organizers for details)
4pm – 7pm
Registration
DAY 1: WEDNESDAY; 25th MARCH 2015 – The Malabo Declaration and its implications for agricultural transformation
08:00-09:00Registration
Session 1.1: Opening Session
Moderator: Mrs Estherine Lisinge-Fotabong, PICD Director, NEPAD Agency
09:00-09:45 FORMAL WELCOME & OPENING STATEMENTS
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Dr Theo de Jager; President, Pan African Farmers’ Organisation (PAFO) and SACAU
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Roberto Ridolfi ; Development Partners Task Team Chair, European Commission
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H.E. Mrs. Tumusiime Rhoda Peace; Commissioner for Rural Economy & Agriculture,
AUC-DREA
Official Opening Statement
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Hon. Susan Shabangu; Minister of Women Affairs in the Presidency , South Africa
09:45:10:15
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: “Walking the Talk: Delivering on Malabo Commitments on Agriculture for Women Empowerment and Development” – Dr Ibrahim Assane Mayaki; CEO, NEPAD Agency
10:15-11:00
HIGH LEVEL PANEL REFLECTIONS ON THE KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:
Moderator: Dr Abebe Haile Gabriel, Director, AUC-DREA
Panellists:
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H.E. Zenebu Tadesse – Minister for Women, Children and Youth Affairs, Ethiopia
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Mr Christoph Rauh, Head of Division, BMZ, Germany
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Ms Cecilia Kibe; Civil Society
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H.E. Dr Lapodini Marc Atouga; Commissioner Agriculture, Environment and Water Resources,
ECOWAS
11:00:11:30 Break, Group Photograph & Press Conference
Session 1. 2 : Plenary Panel Session: Action for empowering women for economic development through
CAADP
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11:30-12:30
Moderator: Mrs Estherine Fotabong, Director PICD, NEPAD Agency
Panellists:
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Mrs Bongiwe Njobe; Executive Director (Founder); ZA NAC
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Mr Ntiokam Divine; Global Youth Digital Advocate; Cameroon
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Ms Eliane Alexander; DDG, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, South Africa
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Minister (TBD)
Session 1.3: Implementation of the Malabo Declaration: Walking-the-Talk
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
OVERVIEW

Mrs Bongiwe Njobe; Executive Director (Founder); ZA NAC
Mr Ntiokam Divine; Global Youth Digital Advocate; Cameroon
Ms THE
Eliane PROGRAMME
Alexander; DDG, Ministry
of Agriculture,
Fisheries and Forestry, South
12:30-13:30
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IMPLEMENTATION Minister (TBD)
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Moderation: Facilitator
Session 1.3: Implementation of the Malabo Declaration: Walking-the-Talk
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Plenary presentation of the Programme of Work: Dr Abebe Haile Gabriel, Director, AUC-DREA
12:30-13:30
OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAMME OF WORK
IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY AND ROADMAP
TO
OPERATIONALIZE
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Panellists:
Moderation: Facilitator
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Ms Margaret Nyierenda; Director, SADC-FANR
 Plenary presentation of the Programme of Work: Dr Abebe Haile Gabriel, Director,
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Dr Yemi
Akinbamijo; Executive Director, FARA
AUC-DREA
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Mr Gerald Makau Masila, Executive Director, East African grain Council
Panellists:
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Senior Government Official
Introduction
13:30-14:30Lunch
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Ms Margaret Nyierenda; Director, SADC-FANR
Dr Yemi Akinbamijo; Executive Director, FARA
Mr Geraldgroups
Makau Masila, Executive Director, East African grain Council
breakout
Senior Government Official
Introduction to breakout groups

13:30-14:30 Lunch
Session 1.3: (continued)
14.30-16:30
Session 1.3: (continued)
Break-out session: Defining Actions to Achieve the Malabo Targets
14.30-16:30
Break-out session: Defining Actions to Achieve the Malabo Targets
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Group/ sub-theme
Lead Presentation
1. Walking the Talk: Ending
Hunger and Malnutrition by
2025
 James Tefft; FAO
2. Walking the talk: Inclusive
Agricultural Growth and
Transformation for Women
Empowerment
 TBD
Panel
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Mr Christoph Rauh, Head of
Division, BMZ
o Mr Hugh Bagnall-Oakeley
o Mrs Julia Tagwireyi
o Mr Tom Mugisa
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Silverleaves
Plover
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Mr Peter SEWORNOO, PO
Trade; ECOWAS
Mr Stephen MUCHIRI, EAFF
Mr Francesco Rampa, ECDPM
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Mulat Demeke, ESA, FAO
Weaver
3. Walking the talk: Boosting
Intra-African Trade
 Dr Josue Dione,
International
Expert
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4. Walking the talk: Building
 Mr Issa Martin
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Mrs. Aurora Malene Psico,
Head of Credit Department,
GAPI
Dr Tendai Murisa, MD
Trust Africa
Mrs Janet Bitegeko, ED
Agric Council of Tanzania
Venue
Kingfisher
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Resilience and Reduce
Vulnerability to Climate
Change and other Risks
through Women
Empowerment
5. Walking the talk: Mutual
Accountability to Actions,
Results and Impacts
BIKIENGA, AGIR
au Sahel
 Dr Godfrey
Bahiigwa ;
ReSAKSS
Coordinator
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Ms. Fatima Kassam
Dr. Wagayehu Bekele,
Kerri Wright Platais, Program
Head EPTD; IFPRI
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Mr Raphael Rurwanga, DG,
Minagri Rwanda
Mr. Lassina PARE, Ingénieur
Statisticien Économiste,
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Ishmael Sunga, CEO, SACAU
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Acacia
Chamber
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CAADP
16:30-17:00BREAK
16:30-17:00 BREAK
Session 1.3 (continued):
Session 1.3 (continued):
Presentation of breakout group reports and plenary discussions
17:00-18:00
17:00-18:00 Close ofPresentation
of breakout group reports and plenary discussions
Day 1
Close
of Day
Welcome
Dinner
[by 1invitation]
19:00-22:00
a. Dinner
b. Launching of the Youth Employment Project (NEPAD – FAO)
c. Launching NEPAD Women in Agribusiness Programme (NEPAD)
19:00-22:00
Welcome Dinner [by invitation]
a. Dinner
b. Launching of the Youth Employment Project (NEPAD – FAO)
c. Launching NEPAD Women in Agribusiness Programme (NEPAD)
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DAY 2: THURSDAY; 26 MARCH 2015 – Implementation and partnership architecture for Malabo
Session 2.1: Day
Recap 2015 – Implementation and partnership architecture for Malabo
DAY 2: THURSDAY;
26th1MARCH
09:00-09:30

Recap of Day 1 and review of Day 2 programme
Session 2.1: Day 1 Recap
Session 2.2: Mechanisms and roles for rolling out national and regional level implementation
09:00-09:30
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Recap of Day 1 and review of Day 2 programme
Break-out Session: Proposed mechanisms and envisaged roles and programme of work by
09:30-11:00
the African constituencies for implementing Malabo
Session 2.2: Mechanisms and roles for rolling out national and regional level implementation
09:30-11:00
1. Government
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Break-out Session: Proposed mechanisms and envisaged roles and programme of Group
Venue
work by the African constituencies for implementing Malabo
Kingfisher
2. Civil Society
Silverleaves
3. Private Sector
Plover
4. Farmer organisations
Weaver
5. Regional Economic Communities
Acacia Chamber
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DAY 2: THURSDAY; 26 MARCH 2015 – Implementation and partnership architecture for Malabo
Session 2.1: Day 1 Recap
09:00-09:30

Recap of Day 1 and review of Day 2 programme
Session 2.2: Mechanisms and roles for rolling out national and regional level implementation
09:30-11:00
Break-out Session: Proposed mechanisms and envisaged roles and programme of work by
the African constituencies for implementing Malabo
Group
Venue
1. Government
Kingfisher
2. Civil Society
Silverleaves
3. Private Sector
Plover
4. Farmer organisations
Weaver
5. Regional Economic Communities
Acacia Chamber
11:00-11:30BREAK
Session 2.2 (continued): Plenary report back
11:30-13:00
Plenary session: reports of breakout groups on proposed mechanisms and envisaged roles and programme of work by the African constituencies for implementing Malabo
13:00-14:00LUNCH
Session 2.3: Coordination and partnership architecture (emerging from the meeting)
14:00-15:00
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Plenary presentation of the emerging coordination and partnership architecture – pre
sented by AUC and NEPAD Agency
Facilitated discussion
15:00-15:30BREAK
Session 2.4: Closing Session
15:30-16:30
PRESENTATION OF DRAFT COMMUNIQUE
16:30-17:00CLOSING REMARKS
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Vote of Thanks – Country Representative / Farmers’ Representative
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Development Partners –
•
Host country Representative
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NPCA
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AUC
End of meeting
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5.
INFORMATION KIOSKS AND EXHIBITIONS
5.
INFORMATION KIOSKS AND EXHIBITIONS
The 11th CAADP Partnership Platform Meeting will on both days of the meeting run an information kiosk. This is open space
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This is open space where participants are invited and encouraged to display and disseminate literature
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Those intending
to show case their work/materials and/or distribute materials, please contact Ms. Mwanja Ng’anjo ([email protected]
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or Ms.intending
Carol Jilombo
([email protected])
to show case their work/materials and/or distribute materials, please contact Ms. Mwanja CAADP
Ng’anjo ([email protected]) or Ms. Carol Jilombo ([email protected])
6.
SELF-ORGANISED SIDE EVENTS: Information sharing & networking
6.
SELF-ORGANISED SIDE EVENTS: Information sharing & networking
Side Meeting
Convener
Day and
Time
Venue
1. ActionAid International & its partners -policy brief
launch under the title: Delivering Women Farmers
Rights
ActionAid
2. CAADP Pillar IV Workshop
FARA,
23 - 24
World Bank March
Applewood
3. PAFO Board Meeting
PAFO
24 March
Virginia
4. DP TT Meeting
EC
24 March
Charles De
Gaulle
5. UNECA - Improving land governance for inclusive and UNECA
sustainable agricultural transformation
23 - 24
March
24 March, Silverleaves
10:30-12:30
PM
6. Climate Smart Agriculture
NPCA
24 March,
2:00 - 4:00
PM
Silverleaves
7. CAADP Food and Nutrition Security Programme
Meeting
NPCA
24 March,
4:00 -6:00
PM
Silverleaves
8. AGRA Dinner discussion
AGRA
24 March
19:0021:00PM
9. AUC-NPCA-ReSAKSS CAADP Results Framework
AUC-NPCA- 24 March
ReSAKSS
9:30 –
Candlewood
24 March
2:00 4:30PM
Candlewood
12:00PM
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10. Sensitization meeting on Revised AU-NEPAD
Guidance Note
NPCA
11. CAADP Business Meeting
AUC-NPCA 27 March
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9:00 – 5:00
PM
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