Independent Technical Review of the Strategic Plan for Agriculture Transformation (PSTA4)

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AUTHOR

Augustin Wambo Yamdjeu, Kwame Ababio, Ayalneh Bogale, Mark Kofi Fynn, John Ulimwengu, Potel Jossam and Paul Onyango

SERIES NAME

CAADP Country Technical Reviews

YEAR

2017

ABSTRACT

This report presents the findings of the AUC/NEPAD Agency led review of the Rwanda Strategic Plan for Agricultural Transformation (PSTA 4 2018 -2024) in its fourth generation​. The Independent Technical Review follows upon completion of the formulation of the National Agriculture Investment Plan (NAIP) and occurs as a critical milestone in the operational implementation of the country compact and investment plan. The Independent Technical Review is undertaken as a part of a due diligence process to ascertain that the plan comprehensively addresses agricultural transformation and sustained inclusive agricultural growth for the country or region. Recommendations of the Technical Review are subsequently presented to the Government and are to be considered as input to augment the country Implementation Roadmap which is developed to operationalise the investment plan. The review exercise is conducted by an external review team led and managed by the NEPAD Agency.

PUBLISHER

African Union Commission (AUC) /New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) Agency, Kigali, Rwanda

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