Guidelines for Non State Actor participation in CAADP processes

Guidelines for Non State Actor participation in CAADP processes

The Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme’s Development Partners Task Team (CAADP DP TT) Non-state actors range from anyone from farmers, donors, consultants, NGOs and other groups taking action to implement the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP).  


The paper by Ian Randall, Guidelines for Non State Actor participation in CAADP processes proposes structures and processes to ensure how non-state actors can participate and contribute fully in CAADP and the growth of African agriculture at the country, regional and continental level to boost participation from all parties involved in the process of agricultural improvement.


Another paper, “Creating Strong Stakeholder Engagement in Feed the Future: Suggested Strategy and Guidelines,”  highlights the need to engage civil society in all stakeholder dialogues, in order to enhance resource mobilization and the efficiency and effectiveness of all development outcomes.

Reference:

Guidelines for Non State Actor participation in CAADP processes (2011; 1.31MB) These guidelines are written for all stakeholders committed to building broad and effective coalitions to lead the transformation of African agriculture. This includes Non State Actors themselves, Government bodies, and Development Partners.

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Recommended Interventions to boost Non State Actor participation CAADP processes (2011; 214KB) Companion Document to the Guidelines for Non State Actor participation in CAADP processes.
French version>>>
“Creating Strong Stakeholder Engagement in Feed the Future: Suggested Strategy and Guidelines,” 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: This brief is in response to a State Department request for civil society input on methods and mechanisms for stronger stakeholder engagement in the Feed the Future Initiative. It is part of an ongoing exchange on Feed the Future (FtF) topics between the InterAction community and officials at the State Department and USAID


Related:

10th November 2011. A dialogue platform bringing together stakeholders involved in Kenyan Agriculture, mainly drawn from Non Governmental Organisations, Civil Societies and Private sector to engage Kenyan government develop and harmonise agricultural pilicies in Kenya.

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