8 November 2013. ECDPM is planning to organise and facilitate an informal knowledge platform between European, African and Chinese stakeholders on sustainable private investments in African agriculture. The platform aims to strengthen mutual understanding and lesson learning, as well as provide a space for trust building and enhanced international partnerships. As Africa is preparing for the AU’s Year of Food Security in 2014, the long term goal of ECDPM is to gradually build a platform for mutually beneficial partnerships for food security and agricultural development.
Ultimately, ECDPM aspires to create a forum that can help Africa respond more efficiently to its food security challenges, while also assisting public and private partners in further developing their support and contributions.
- The Enriching Business of Nutrition. Market-based Partnerships and Regional Approaches to Nutrition: What Role for CAADP? Bruce Byiers, Simona Seravesi, ECDPM Discussion Paper 149, July 2013
- Emerging Economies and the Changing Dynamics in African Agriculture: What Role for CAADP? Dan Lui, Anna Rosengren, Quentin de Roquefeuil, ECDPM Discussion Paper 145, June 2013
- The CAADP and Emerging Economies: The Case of Ghana and Brazil Quentin de Roquefeuil, ECDPM Discussion Paper 146, June 2013
- The CAADP and Emerging Economies: The Case of Tanzania Anna Rosengren, ECDPM Discussion Paper 147, July 2013
- Mobilizing Aid for Trade to Enhance CAADP Regional Trade and Private Sector Initiatives Eleonora Canigiani, Francesco Rampa, ECDPM Briefing Note 47, February 2013
- Corridors of Power or Plenty? Lessons from Tanzania and Mozambique and Implications for CAADP