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FAO/PARIS21 REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON THE INTEGRATION OF AND ACCESS TO AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS FOR BETTER FORMULATION AND MONITORING OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES Algers, Algeria 8-9 December 2007 Back-to-back with the 20th AFCAS AW-07-03-2. Mohamed Barre RNE Regional Statistician

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mohamed barre rne regional statistician fao statistics division

FAO/PARIS21 REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON THE INTEGRATION OF AND ACCESSTO AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS FORBETTER FORMULATION AND MONITORING OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIESAlgers, Algeria 8-9 December 2007Back-to-back with the 20th AFCASAW-07-03-2

Mohamed Barre

RNE Regional Statistician

FAO Statistics Division

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Outline
  • Concept and definition
  • Maputo Declaration
  • Why Maputo Declaration is important
  • Partners and Stakeholders
  • Accomplished and on-going activities
  • Future activities
  • Expected output
  • Constraints & limitations
what is government expenditure
What is government Expenditure?

Data of government expenditure on agriculture refers to all “non repayable payments” whether capital or current, requited or not by government for the agriculture sector .

maputo declaration
Maputo Declaration
  • In Maputo on 10-12 July 2003, African Union issued a declaration on Agriculture and Food Security in Africa and committed to allocate 10% of national budget to agriculture
  • Follow up meeting in Rome where NEPAD implementation Committee called FAO and other partners for the support of CAADP and help to monitor the implementation of 10% of the national budget to Agriculture
  • FAO/ESS delegated to establish a tracking system to monitor the 10% budget allocation
partners and stakeholders
Partners and Stakeholders
  • FAO:
    • ESS – Lead Technical Unit
    • WB, IMF, AfDB
  • NEPAD, African Union member countries
constraints
Constraints
  • Minimal use of the concept note and guidelines;
  • Lack of capacity to fill the questionnaire;
  • Lack of systematic financial systems and classifications of institutional and functional expenditures aggregated sector wise;
  • Lack of coordination between various institutions or ministries that are institutionally involved and responsible some activities of the agriculture sector;
  • Limitations of the questionnaire.
milestones achieved on going activities
Milestones Achieved & On-going activities
  • Technical meeting was called were IMF, WB, AfDB, NEPAD, and various division of FAO contributed and as result recommended certain guide.
  • Technical meeting to:
    • Gather experiences on the establishment of appropriate tools &
    • Identify framework needed to establish the system
  • Project proposals: prepared, shared for review & submitted WB through NEPAD for funding, and the World Bank already gave a grant for that project.
  • Survey:
    • Designed questionnaire
    • Pilot survey to pre-test questionnaire for selected 4 African
    • countries
  • Collected data from 37 AU member countries (table1)
strategy future activities
Strategy/Future activities
  • Mobilize enough resource
  • Redesign the questionnaire to include missing components
  • Call three to four workshops according to region or official language
  • Plan ahead of the workshop what to achieve or expect from the invitees to contribute
  • Establish a sustainable system of collecting the data on yearly basis.