A Multi-Country Agricultural Productivity Program (MAPP) for Africa : Draft Issues Paper
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One of the pillars of the New Partnership for African Development (NEPAD) framework is the systematic application of agricultural S&T to enhance African agricultural productivity and competitiveness. A comprehensive program to achieve this goal was developed by the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) and endorsed by NEPAD. As a contribution towards the implementation of the FARA program, the World Bank has formulated a Multi-Country Agricultural Productivity Program (MAPP) for Africa. The proposal has important implications for CGIAR, which is foreseen to contribute further to the enhancement of technology generation and transfer in Africa. This document was discussed at the stakeholder meeting at AGM02, agenda item 6 "NEPAD Program on Sustainable Agricultural Technology Generation and Adoption Systems". Document is not dated, and authors are not specified.