Major changes brought about by the AGIR process


Analytical Studies / Published on : November 2017

Drawing on interviews with key stakeholders (government representatives, professional farmers, civil society organisations and the private sector, technical and financial partners, etc.) involved in the AGIR implementation process at the national and regional levels, this summary of an RPCA study analyses the value added by the AGIR process on the overall food and nutrition security governance system. It specifically looks at the major political, institutional and financial changes brought about as a result of the implementation of the Regional Roadmap.
Examples at country level show progress in the field of inclusiveness, alignment and co-ordination, increased awareness, as well as stronger political and financial commitments.

Themes : Food security, Nutrition, Resilience

Scale : National, Regional (West Africa)

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