CAADP Biennial Review needs supports of stakeholders

Stakeholders and Policy-makers have been advised to support the process of developing CAADP Biennial Review Reports for peer learning in order to accelerate agriculture transformation on the continent.

The advice was given by Dr Greenwell Collins Matchaya of the International Water Management Institute and leader of Resakss for Southern Africa at the Continental Training Workshop on Biennial Review Reporting Tools in Accra, Ghana.

He said in 2003, African Union leaders adopted the Comprehensive African Development Program, CAADP, and the Maputo Declaration. Ten years later, in 2014, the leaders reiterated their commitment to the CAADP principles and Values by adopting the Malabo Declaration on Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation in Guinea.

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