ECOWAS-UEMOA-CILSS position paper for the planning and implementation of AGIR
Summary of conclusions, 34th RPCA annual meeting
Published : December 2018
Key messages and decisions from the 34th RPCA annual meeting, 3-5 December 2018, held in Banjul, The Gambia.
The meeting brought together some 250 participants, including senior representatives of African governments, intergovernmental organisations (IGOs), civil society groups, members of the private sector as well as technical and financial partners. RPCA members reviewed the provisional results of the 2018-19 agro-pastoral campaign, the implementation of response plans and reflected on the armyworm infestation an. They also focused and, while also considering at length the different ways to scale up best practices in nutrition. The meeting also provided an opportunity for the Network to discuss how to implement the recommendations of the second external evaluation of the Food Crisis Prevention and Management Charter’s (PREGEC Charter). Finally, it was an opportunity for RPCA members to learn more about the Senegalese government’s experience working to build food and nutrition resilience for its most vulnerable citizens.
The 35th annual meeting will take place in Conakry, Guinea.
Countries : Gambia
Themes : Food security, Nutrition, Resilience
Scale : Regional (West Africa)
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