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ANAFE: From Agroforestry to Integrated Land-Use Education. Dr Aissetou Drame Yaye, Executive Secretary. ANAFE. Vision An effective agricultural education in Africa, with measurable impact on livelihoods and environmental conservation Mission

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Anafe from agroforestry to integrated land use education

ANAFE:From Agroforestry to Integrated Land-Use Education

Dr Aissetou Drame Yaye, Executive Secretary

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Anafe

ANAFE

Vision

  • An effective agricultural education in Africa, with measurable impact on livelihoods and environmental conservation

    Mission

  • To improve the quality, relevance and delivery of agricultural education and training in Africa

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Anafe phases

ANAFE Phases

  • 1993 - 2003: Strengthening Agroforestry Education in African Agricultural Colleges and Universities

  • 2003 – 2008: “Bridging Phase”: Expand ANAFE mandate to include all aspects of land use disciplines: Integrated approach rather than separate efforts

  • From To

  • 2009 – 2014: Strengthening Agribusiness Education in Colleges and Universities

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Bridging phase and expansion of anafe

Bridging Phase and Expansion of ANAFE


Anafe from agroforestry to integrated land use education

ANAFE Member Countries in dark green


1993 2008 curricula reviewed by anafe

1993 – 2008: Curricula reviewed by ANAFE

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Sida support 1993 2002 us

Sida Support 1993-2002 US $

Total: USD 2,3 million; Bridging Phase (2003 – 2008): USD 2.5

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Phase 3 2009 2014 improving agribusiness education

Phase 3 (2009 – 2014): Improving Agribusiness Education

  • UnIBRAIN: Linking Universities with Business and Research in Agricultural Innovations: DANIDA Funded, about USD 35 million. FARA led project. In collaboration with SROs, ANAFE, PanAAc, ICRISAT

  • SASACID: Strengthening Africa Strategic Agricultural Capacity for Impact on Development: Sida funded, USD 4 million

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Sasacid mode of implementation

SASACID Mode of Implementation

  • Regional approach

  • Call for application followed by competitive selection of 16 ANAFE member institutions to serve as Pilot Institutions (PIs)

  • Four Institutions per Sub Region

  • A mixture of Colleges and Universities as PIs

  • A mixture of Anglophone and francophone Institutions

  • A mixture of “strong” and “Weak” institutions

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Sasacid mode of implementation pis

SASACID Mode of Implementation: PIs

  • Sahel: UAM Niger, UGB, Senegal, ENSA Senegal, UPB Burkina Faso

  • ECA: UoN and KU Kenya, Nyabyeya College of Forestry Uganda, University of Kordofan North Sudan.

  • AHT: AC Benin, Ushcameroon, U. Cocody Cote ‘Ivoire and NSUKa Nigeria

  • SA: UP South Africa, Mulungushi University Zambia, BCA Botswana and Forestry College of Zimbabwe

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Sasacid mode of implementation cont

SASACID Mode of Implementation (Cont.)

  • Strong South – South collaboration: PIs, but also African Partners: RUFORUM, FARA, AGRA, AFAAS, CAMES, PANAAC

  • Strong support from Northern Partners: SLU, SupAGRO, FAR, University of Helsinki, CTA

  • Strong involvement of CGIAR Centres: ICRAF, ILRI. Bioversity International, IITA

  • Inception workshop planned for 23 – 25 April 2012 to develop work plans, budget allocation, roles and responsibilities of partners.

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Sasacid mode of implementation cont1

SASACID Mode of Implementation (Cont.)

  • Input on Educational reforms

  • Integrative Agribusiness curriculum development and testing (for diploma, BSC, MSC and PHD)

  • Learning materials development

  • QA of curriculum,

  • Small research grants to BSc and MSc students to link with communities and private sector

  • Institutions’ Leaders training

  • Training of lecturers on technical and soft skills

  • Gender dimension

  • Etc.

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Anafe from agroforestry to integrated land use education

ANAFE and RUFORUM Recognized as key Implementers of TAE within CAADP Pillar IV

CAADP Pillar IV Donors Retreat, Zurich Feb 2010

CAADP programme à Beijing, Chine

Reunion Zurich

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Anafe ruforum fara led tertiary agricultural education mechanism team africa

ANAFE, RUFORUM & FARA led Tertiary Agricultural Education Mechanism: TEAM Africa

  • Articulating a shared strategic vision for TAE capacity building in Africa;

  • Providing information for priority setting in investments in TAE;

  • Providing guidance on best approaches to investment in TAE;

  • Integrating TAE into CAADP Investment Plans; and;

  • Supporting harmonization of donor support to TAE.

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Strengths and challenges

Strengths and Challenges

  • Sustained and long term support from Sida

  • Competitive: Managing a very large variation among membership (policy; institutional setting; language; resources)

  • Relevant: Managing a tough and evolving agenda-

  • Effective: Network membership being held at institutional level

  • Efficiency: Securing a sustainable funding resource base

  • Long-term: Managing national leadership turnover, particularly at institutional level.

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


Anafe from agroforestry to integrated land use education

THANK YOU

http://www.anafeafrica.org

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


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