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Agriculture Policy Exchange and Learning Event Rwanda. Dakar, Senegal 14 May, 2013. Rwanda Team. Framework of National Policies. 2007 2011 2015 2020. EDPRS I. EDPRS II. STRATEGIC FRAMEWORKS. MDG’s. Vision 2020. NAIP. PSTA I. PSTA II. PSTA III. OPERATIONAL PROGRAMMES.

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Agriculture Policy Exchange and Learning Event


Dakar, Senegal

14 May, 2013

Rwanda Team

framework of national policies
Framework of National Policies

2007 2011 2015 2020





Vision 2020






implementation best practices
Implementation Best Practices
  • Leadership and Political will
    • In ensuring that development efforts are well coordinated and aligned in support of country-led plans
  • Long-term Vision
    • Vision 2020 aligned with MDGs, broken down into 4-year Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategies (EDPRS) that serve as the basis for program implementation
    • MINAGRI Strategic Plan for the Transformation of Agriculture in Rwanda (PSTA) aligned to EDPRS and CAADP (On the Frontier)
    • EDPRS & PSTA are adjusted every 4 to 5 years based on achievements, lessons learned & what remains to be accomplished based on targets that are captured in the CPAF
implementation best practices1
Implementation Best Practices
  • Culture of results and commitment
    • AgSWG, established in 2004, is the standing Committee for PSTA and a multi-sector oversight committee with wide representation
    • Biannual JSR (forward and backward looking) organized through a SWApadopted in 2009
    • GoR has a very robust system for dialogue & accountability (CPAF/DPAF) that serves as the basis for public and donor support
    • The successful use of home grown initiatives like the performance contract, driving the performance of individuals and institutions towards achieving their goals (Yearly National Dialogue & Leadership Retreat)
  • Key frameworks and coordination mechanisms are in place and operate under a streamlined and transparent structure and multi-sector approach
  • GDP grew at an annual average rate of 8.5% between 2000-12
  • Growth performance has been driven by steady agricultural growth(ag. annual average rate of 6.5% between 2008-12)
  • Rwanda has managed to translate its recent growth into poverty reduction (fell by about 12% points between 2005-11)
  • GoRhas allocated over 10% of the national budget to agriculture in the current and prior fiscal years
  • 40 out of 40 sectoral policy actions achieved in the last 5 years
  • GoRhas improved its way of conducting business
    • Top global reformer in the 2010 Doing Business WB Report
    • In 2012, Rwanda is 2nd most reformed country in the world, over six years (2005-2011)
    • Rwanda is 3rd easiest in Africa and 1st in EAC
  • Effective implementation of the division of labor among DPs
  • Sector
    • Performance M&E system
    • Multi-sectorial issues
    • Capacity issues
  • Private sector
    • Landlocked country (2,000 km away to the nearest sea)
    • Highest energy and transportation costs in the region
    • Lack of access to finance
    • Low capacity of private sector to drive the growth currently
    • PSTA III (2013-17) to address these issues