An Evaluation of the Level of Integration and Alignment of the Malabo Commitments, Africa’s Agenda 2063 and the SDGs in 10 National Agricultural and Food Security Investment Plans

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October 15, 2018 Author: <elimka23@gmail.com>, <Sheryl.Hendriks@up.ac.za>, <oliviern@mweb.co.za>, <Moraka.Makhura@up.ac.za>

Sheryl L Hendriks, Nosipho Mabuza, Kevin R. Hendriks, Nic JJ Olivier, Moraka N Makhura, Elizabeth Mkandawire, Ntombizethu Mkhwanazi, Leonard Mkusa and Nokuthula Vilakazi, 2018. An Evaluation of the Level of Integration and Alignment of the Malabo Commitments, Africa’s Agenda 2063 and the SDGs in 10 National Agricultural and Food Security Investment Plans. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Brief 71. East Lansing: Michigan State University

KEY FINDINGS

  • The NAIP monitoring and evaluation frameworks were generally compliant with the SDG indicators that were directly related to agriculture and food security.
  • A misalignment exists between the monitoring and evaluation frameworks of the NAIPs, the indicators of the BR and the first ten-year implementation plans for Agenda 2063.
  • Some countries adopted a more progressive approach to designing their monitoring and evaluation frameworks, resulting in a higher proportion of indicators aligned with the three indicator sets.
  • As is evident from this analysis, country-level planning does not seem to take into account the international and African transversal sectoral frameworks in the drafting of policies, legislation, strategies and action plans.

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