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Dialogue Issue 02: Volume V: Strengthening institutional capacity for supporting Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources policy development in the SADC region: Strengthening FANRPAN country node
Bi-monthly Newsletter, August 2005
August 2005


Table of contents

  1. Strengthening Country nodes
  2. USAID funds Project
  3. Zambia Consultative Meeting
  4. The Policy Context
  5. Official Opening
  6. Use of the term CSO
  7. Two-pronged consultation
  8. Host Organisation: ACF
  9. The Food Security Pack
  10. The Basic Needs Basket
  11. Women in Agriculture
  12. Look, Listen, Learn Project
  13. ACF to host FANRPAN node
  14. Feature Article
Editorial

Strengthening institutional capacity, especially at national level, will be a core FANRPAN thrust over the next two years. Strong national nodes and dialogue platforms are the basis for FANRPAN legitimacy. A strong national node must be a platform that brings together government, private/civil society, universities/policy analysts, and farmer organisations on a roundtable based on sound evidence based issues. Evidence-based dialogue is the basis for legitimacy and credibility for all stakeholders engaging governments. The USAID, Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and Southern African Regional Poverty Network (SARPN) are FANRPAN’s strategic partners in an effort to build the institutional capacity for all stakeholders to contribute in the policy agenda for a food secure SADC. FANRPAN is grateful to the USAID for funding the national policy dialogues and the CTA for funding the publication of the newsletter.

Dr Lindiwe Majele Sibanda, CEO, FANRPAN

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