Project Profile

BR Pilot for Mozambique Malawi

Duration : May 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019

This activity seeks to strengthen evidence based planning and implementation within the agriculture sectors of Mozambique and Malawi. The specific activities will focus on strengthening the Biennial Review processes in the two countries. The major goal is to improve the quality of data available for policymaking in CAADP implementation and for achieving the Malabo Declaration targets on ?Accelerated African Agricultural Growth and Transformation for Shared Prosperity and Improved Livelihood.? Objectives: The overall objective is to improve the accuracy, consistency, and traceability of data used in the 2020 BR process. The specific objectives are: 1. To identify gaps and challenges in the country BR process related to data, methodologies, capacities, and systems 2. To strengthen human and institutional capacities in the BR process related to data compilation, analysis, management, and reporting 3. To strengthen capacities in ICT for BR data management and sharing 4. To improve the quality (accuracy, consistency, traceability, and validity) of BR data and reporting 5. To conduct strategic analyses for achieving key Malabo targets and country development objectives 6. To develop a roadmap for the country to fill missing data for future BR reports

Location(s): Mozambique, Malawi
Project Contact: Matchaya, Greenwell
Donor(s): International Food Policy Research Institute

Farmers cultivating lettuce, while another farmer digs a small canal (marwa) with a donkey, Egypt. Photo: cc: Hamish John Appleby/IWMI