From the CEO's Desk
Welcome to this edition of the FANRPAN Quarterly Newsletter. In 2016, we focused on FANRPAN’s strategic direction.
Welcome to this edition of the FANRPAN Quarterly Newsletter.
Welcome to the 8th edition of the FANRPAN Quarterly Newsletter.
A Happy New Year to you all! I hope you celebrated the end of 2013 and the start of 2014 in good spirits with family, friends and colleagues.
It is with great pleasure that I share this third issue of the FANRPAN Quarterly Newsletter.
Welcome to this first issue of the FANRPAN Quarterly Newsletter. This will serve as an update on what is happening within the network and in the member countries.
The youth are an important stakeholder in the CAADP process, for the future of African agriculture is in their hands.
The government of Tanzania is compliant with the Comprehensive African Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP), says Margaret Ndaba, the Tanzanian CAADP focal person under the Ministry of Agr
60 percent of Sub-Saharan Africans are under 25 years of age.
The Harmonised Seed Security Project (HaSSP) is a FANRPAN project funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, the project seeks to address seed security in the SADC region by al
Welcome to the second issue of the ACF Newsletter.
FANRPAN identified the youth as a special stakeholder group that is to be nurtured and included in the work that FANRPAN does.
The Food, Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network’s (FANRPAN) annual awards of excellence in agriculture were presented at the Royal Swazi Sun.
Ineffective policies stunt agricultural growth
The Food, Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) co-hosted a Regional Conservation Agricultural Symposium together with the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO
The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) sponsored the cost of the study which forms the focus of the content of this publication.
The government of Tanzania is compliant to the Comprehensive African Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP), says Margaret Ndaba, the Tanzanian CAADP focal person under the Ministry of Agric
Current poverty level measures of a household may not necessarily be a good guide to the household's expected poverty in the future.
In the past few months, Farming First has been busy representing the coalition as a thought leader on global food and agriculture challenges and their solutions.
|Women farmers are the pillars of African agriculture.|
The UNFCCC Process:
FANRPAN CEO, Dr Lindiwe Majele Sibanda, had a frank discussion with His Excellency Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika, State President of the Republic of Malawi and Chairman of the African Union on h
From 30 August to 3 September 2010, 232 participants from 22 different countries - from within Africa and beyond - assembled in Windhoek, Namibia for the 10
The Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) was adopted in 2003 by Africa leaders as their collective vision for agriculture in Africa.
One of the major challenges faced by the SADC region is the need to improve agricultural productivity, and to facilitate regional and international trade in agricultural products.
GALVmed is a not-for-profit global alliance of public, private and government partners.
With population growth far exceeding growth in staple food production, and climate change beginning to take its toll, does Africa have the time to rectify the situation?
Implementing the CAADP Round Table Process
Over the past three years, food security recovery and famine mitigation have been a major preoccupation of government, the civil society and private agribusiness sector in the SADC region and p
In collaboration with CTA (Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation) and SACAU (Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions), FANRPAN hosted a regional dialogue in Wind
Food marketing and processing costs account for 50 to 70 percent of the total cost paid by consumers in Southern Africa for staple maize meal.
Following the policy dialogue on "Agricultural Recovery, Food Security and Trade Policies" hosted by FANRPAN in Gaborone, Botswana in March 2003, in conjunction with CTA and USAID-RCSA, it was
Overview of the Policy Dialogue
Sub-Sahara Africa is the heart of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
FANRPAN together with FEWS Net (Famine Early Warning System Network) was tasked by the SADC FANR sector to carry out a short term study to identify policy issues that hamper the timeous and eff
Many countries in the SADC region are beginning to involve stakeholders in the policy formulation and implementation process.
Seed policy is usually defined in terms of the legislation and regulations put in place by government to guide and control seed production and distribution.
Land reform and policy issues have been identified as a potential source of conflict in the sub-region.
The FANRPAN/CTA web publishing and electronic networks course was held from 5-16 November 2001 in Harare.
The origins of the Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) can be traced to the first conference of Ministers in Agriculture of Eastern and Southern Africa, wh
Recently, FANRPAN held its second regional stakeholder dialogue. This was to promote appropriate agricultural policies in the SADC region.
The National Smallholder Farmers' Association of Malawi (NASFAM) is a citizen owned non-governmental organization that provides business services to smallholder farmers.