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Malabo CAADP Updates

REPORT ON EALA - FARMERS AGRICULTURE BUDGET SUMMIT2016
In June 2014, the Heads of State and Government of the African Union came together in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea and made some bold declaration on “Accelerated African Agricultural Growth and Transformation (AGT)” for shared prosperity and improved livelihoods reaffirming earlier commitments made in Maputo Declaration (2003) and its core principles and values. Download PDF...

EALA RESOLUTION ON MALABO DECLARATION DOMESTICATION
We, Members of the East African Legislative Assembly; HAVING RECEIVED the Report from the Committee on Agriculture, Tourism and Natural Resources on the “EAC Agriculture Budget Summit 2016” organized by the Eastern and Southern Small Scale Farmers and other Partners in the Agriculture sector in the EAC region;... Download PDF...

AFRICAN UNION (AU)MALABO DECLARATION 2014-2025
We, the Heads of State and Government of the African Union, having met at our Twenty Third Ordinary Session of the AU Assembly in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, from 26-27 June 2014, on the Theme of the African Year of Agriculture and Food Security: “Transforming Africa’s Agriculture for Shared Prosperity and Improved Livelihoods through Harnessing Opportunities for Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development, also marking the tenth Anniversary of the Adoption of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP)”. Download PDF...

AU CAADP Programme of Work_English
This Document - the CAADP Programme of Work – is a living document developed under the leadership of the AUC, the NEPAD Agency and Regional Economic Communities (RECs) in the exercise to translate the Malabo Declaration on African Agriculture and CAADP for implementation. The document identifies prioritised set of actions to guide implementation of the CAADP Strategy and Roadmap at multiple levels and across sectors. The document gives, first-and-foremost, the member states (Government, Civil Society, Private Sector and all their partner constituencies) as well as the African Union support institutions (AUC,NEPAD Agency and RECs) and their partner organisations the basis to develop own work programmes, thereby also ensuring coherence and harmonisation, complementarities and synergies in the individual organisational work plans. Download PDF...

AU MALABO Implementation Strategy 
The African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government Malabo Declaration on Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation for Shared Prosperity and Improved Livelihoods made seven specific commitments to achieve accelerated agricultural growth and transformation for shared prosperity and improved livelihoods: Overall the Malabo Declaration placed emphasis on implementation, results and impact, building on the achievements of CAADP‟s first ten years and lessons learnt.

AU Maputo Declaration on Agriculture 2003
We, the Heads of State and Government of the African Union meeting in ou r Second Ordinary Session in Maputo, Mozambique, Having considered the Report of the Conference of Ministers of Trade of AU Member States held in Mauritius, in June 2003, the Mauritius Ministerial Declaration on the Fifth Ministerial Conference of the WTO and its Annex, the “African Common Position” on the Fifth WTO Ministerial Conference, Cancun, Mexico, 10 to 14 September 2003; as well as the Report of the Third Ordinary Session of the Executive Council on this issue... Download PDF...

AU Sirte Declaration of 2009 on Investment for Agriculture
We, the Heads of State and Government of the African Union, meeting at our Thirteenth Ordinary Session in Sirte, Libya from 1 to 3 July 2009, RECALLING within the context of the theme of the Thirteenth AU Summit, Africa’s collective responsibility and commitment to advance African Agriculture with the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) as Africa’s framework for bringing about the required institutional and policy reforms, capacity development and increased investments thereby enhanced agricultural performance with direct impact on food security and socio-economic growth...Download PDF...

EAC FOOD SECURITY ACTION PLAN
The EAC region is frequently affected by food shortages and pockets of hunger although the region as a whole has a huge potential and capacity to produce enough food for regional consumption and a large surplus for export to the world market. There are many factors leading to this state of affairs but the most critical are: (i) inadequate food exchange/trade between times and/or places of abundant harvest on one hand, and those with deficit on the other; and (ii) high variability in production caused by high variability of weather which is becoming worse due to climate change ...Download PDF...

SADC Dar es salaam Declaration on Agriculture Food Security 2004
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SADC REGIONAL AGRICULTURE POLICY (SADC RAP) 2015
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SADC Declaration on Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Development2008
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SADC-CM-2-2014-7 3A FOOD AND NUTRITION STRATEGY
The SADC Heads of State and Governments Summit in August, 2013 in Lilongwe, Malawi directed Ministers responsible for Agriculture and Food Security and Ministers of Health to jointly meet to discuss and agree on strategies to increase food production, food fortification and nutrition. The directive was based on the evidence presented to the Summit that showed that food and nutrition insecurity in the Region is still high with child stunting levels as high as 50% in some countries and population experiencing food insecurity averaging 15 million people per year since 2004. It was for these reasons that this SADC Food and Nutrition Strategy was developed....Download PDF...