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Participants Council PR 13 th October 2011. A Warm Welcome to all!. 13.00u - Regular issues Participants’ Council Welcome Introduction new members: Soil & More; ICRA; The Hunger Project; MDF; (Heineken International) Dr aft Report PR 14 April 2011

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Participants council pr 13 th october 2011

Participants Council PR 13thOctober 2011

A Warm Welcome to all!


Programme

13.00u - Regular issues Participants’ Council

Welcome

Introduction new members:

Soil & More; ICRA; The Hunger Project; MDF; (Heineken International)

Draft Report PR 14 April 2011

Update Agri-ProFocus - Hedwig Bruggeman

APF’s knowledge agenda – Peter Gildemacher (KIT)

14.30u - Break (Arrival of additional participants)

15.00u - APF and the Food Security agenda

APF’s possible contribution to Food Security agenda – Position of the Board

Knowledge agenda APF on Food security & Climate Change

Food Security Support Initiative, process and outcome

Current views of MINBUZA/MINEL&I on Food Security as thematic policy focus

Questions & Discussion

Guided brainstorm on challenges, opportunities & risks regarding Food Security for APF partnership.

17.00u - Closure and drinks

Programme




Progress highlights
Progress Highlights

  • Management partnership and external relations

    • input SER

    • input top sector Agro&Food

  • Management issues – support team Arnhem and Agri-Hub coordinators

    • Core group meeting

  • APF-events meetings in the Netherlands

    • Who Will Feed the World expert meeting

    • Lobby and Advocacy



Progress highlights continued
Progress Highlights (continued)

  • Agri-Tracks

  • Knowledge Agenda

  • Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation (ToC)

  • Agri-Hubs – Agri-Hub events/ Highlights



Challenges
Challenges

Agri-Hub Level

  • Assuring the functioning of the Agri-Hubs term with 1-1.5 FTE

  • Ambition: adding knowledge & private sector professionals to the Agri-Hub team

  • Resource mobilization for joint programming at country level

  • Increased network intensity & deal flow with local and international (agri-) private sector

  • Local ownership and membership commitment expressed by financial and in-kind contributions


Challenges continued
Challenges (continued)

Agri-ProFocus partnership level

  • The dilemma of (con-)colleagues or how to play the ‘black and white game’ & end WIN-WIN

  • Increase membership of those Dutch private sector players that source/operate/partner on local markets

  • Assured & increased financial & programmatic commitment beyond 2012 by “Dutch” members

  • Jointly evaluating the past 4 years & programming the next 4 year phase 2013 -2015


Opportunities apf network 2012 and beyond
Opportunities APF network 2012 and beyond

  • Contributing to implementation of Food Security Policy MINBUZA & MINEL&I

  • On demand of Dutch Government: agreed responsibilities & tasks Food Security Support Initiative & MASP’s MINBUZA & MINEL&I (Proposal was sent to DDE/MINBUZA)

  • Connecting & sharing knowledge development within APF network & MINBUZA initiated knowledge agenda “Food security”.

  • Branding, marketing & promoting Agri-Hub model & methodology beyond present countries, network & priorities.

  • Prepare proposal for APF network contribution to IS chapter of top sector Agro&Food (on demand)


Opportunities continued
Opportunities (continued)

  • Organise an APF-”result day” in September 2012

  • Coherent advocacy & lobbying on Food Security in the Netherlands


Feedback needed from pr
Feedback needed from PR

  • ‘Go/ No go’ proposal top team Agro&Food

  • ‘Go/ No go’ proposal MINBUZA

  • Ambition & unique selling point for APF in implementation of Food Security Policy Dutch Government

  • Should APF organise facilitation & exchange capacity for lobbying & advocacy on Food Security?

  • ‘Go /No go’ after 2012

  • Ideas for the evaluation & programming exercise in 2012


Knowledge agenda
Knowledge Agenda

  • Peter Gildemacher-KIT


Discussion apf food security agenda
Discussion APF & Food Security Agenda

  • Ambition & unique selling point for APF in implementation of Food Security Policy Dutch Government

  • Which clear distinction between roles & responsibilities for individual members, coalition of members, the Agri-Hubs & the Arnhem team



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