Mozambique: Joint sector review assessment

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AUTHOR

Government of Mozambique, Ministry of Agriculture (MINAG)

SERIES NAME

Agriculture Joint Sector Review (JSR) Assessment Report

YEAR

2014

ABSTRACT

This report is part of the overall approach to agricultural development in Mozambique set in motion by the National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP) (referred to in Mozambique as the Plano Nacional de Investimento do Sector Agrrio, or PNISA). This process takes place within the context of the mutual accountability framework of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Plan (CAADP). This report is a preliminary step to successfully establish within the country the process of the joint sector review (JSR). The JSR is a mutually accountable dialogue platform to review progress toward agreed-upon goals, assess implementation of stakeholders commitments, and help set agricultural sector policy and priorities. The aim of this report is to inform stakeholders of progress in PNISAs implementation. PNISA was enacted to achieve the objectives set in the framework of CAADP and the Strategic Plan for Agricultural Development 20112020 (Plano Estratgico de Desenvolvimento do Sector Agrrio, or PEDSA).

PUBLISHER

Government of Mozambique, Ministry of Agriculture (MINAG)

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