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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

Dr Aissetou Drame Yaye, Executive Secretary

EU Brussels Meeting, 20 - 22 March 2012


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

  • 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


ANAFE Member Countries in dark green


1993 – 2008: Curricula reviewed by ANAFE

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Sida Support 1993-2002 US $

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

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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

  • 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

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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

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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 (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 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

  • 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.

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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


THANK YOU

http://www.anafeafrica.org

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