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  1. Partnerships and Advocacy Engagements April 1 – 2, 2009 FANRPAN Common Visioning Workshop policy@fanrpan.org www.fanrpan.org

  2. FANRPAN Partnerships by Stakeholder Grouping • Regional Economic Communities (REC ): 2 • Government: 4 • Sub-Regional Organisations: 2 • Farmer Organisation: 2 • Private Sector: 2 • University: 13 • Civil Society Organisations (CSO): 5 • International Organisation and CGIARs: 10

  3. FANRPAN Partnerships by Stakeholder Grouping • REC • Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA): 2006 • Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) – Draft under discussion • Government • The Government of the Republic of South Africa: 2006 - Host Agreement and Diplomatic Status • Angola: 2007 - Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development • South Africa: 2006 – National Agricultural Marketing Council • Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe: 2002- Host Agreement and Diplomatic Status • Sub-Regional Organisations • Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), 2008 • African Network for Agriculture, Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAFE), 2008 • Farmer Organisation • Eastern Africa Farmers Federation (EAFF) • Southern Africa Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU): 2005 • Private Sector • CropLife Africa Middle-East, 2006 • Southern African Policy and Economic Series Trust, Zimbabwe: 2002

  4. FANRPAN Partnerships by Stakeholder Grouping • University • Eduardo Mondlane University. Faculdade de Agronmia e EngenhariaFlorestal, 2008 • Department of Agricultural Production and Systems, School of Agriculture University of Mauritius, 2008 • National University of Lesotho, Institute of Southern African Studies (ISAS), 2008 • Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA), 2008 • Competing Claims on Natural Resources Programme, Wageningen University, 2007 • Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique, 2006 • Department of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University: 2004 • Directorate of Research and Unit Development, University of Botswana: 2002 • Agriculture Policy Research Unit, University of Malawi: 2002 • Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development, University of Pretoria, South Africa: 2002 • Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Zambia: 2002 • Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension: University of Zimbabwe: 2002 • Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension: University of The North, South Africa: 2002 • CSO • Coordinating Assembly of NGOs (CANGO), 2008 • Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET), Malawi: 2005 • Agricultural Consultative Forum (ACF), Zambia: 2005 • Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit, Namibia: 2002 • Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania: 2002

  5. FANRPAN Partnerships by Stakeholder Grouping • 8. International Organisation and CGIARs • World Vision International, 2009 • Oxfam America, 2008 • Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture, 2007 • International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF): 2007 • Global Environment Change ad Food Systems (GECAFS): 2006 • International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 2005 • International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC): 2004 • Overseas Development Institute (ODI), London, UK: 2004 • International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT): 2002 • International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI): 2002

  6. FANRPAN International Advocacy Engagements

  7. International Advocacy Engagements: 2008 - 2009 CAADP Partnership Platform Meeting Pretoria, South Africa, 26-27 March FARA Networking Support Functions (NSF) 3 Annual Programme Planning Meeting Accra, Ghana, 23- 28 March FANRPAN hosted the African Growth and Development Policy (AGRODEP) Modelling Consortium in Pretoria, South Africa from March 19- 20, 2009 FANRPAN Visit to University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Foundation, Durban, South Africa, 13 March 2009 FANRPAN / World Vision HVI Lesotho Launch, 2 March 2009 SDC Workshop on Food Security Harare, Zimbabwe 4- 5 March 2009 2ND COMESA Regional Livestock and Pastoralism Forum Meeting, Nairobi 4 – 5 March 2009

  8. International Advocacy Engagements: 2008 - 2009 Intergovernmental Preparatory Meeting. Invited as the member of the Scientific and Technology Community delegation -In preparation for the UNCSD 23-27 Feb 2009 World Vision Food Security Conference, Mbabane, Swaziland 12 Feb 2009 COMESA Climate Workshop. I invited to Moderate the Active Work Session “Taking a Position/ Drafting a Submission” Make a presentation on Setting the Task -“National Action” Nairobi, Kenya 4-5 Feb 2009 African Agriculture in the 21st Century: Meeting the Challenges, Making a Sustainable Green Revolution High level Meeting. Invited to represent the Scientific community in preparation for the 17TH UNCSD Windhoek, Namibia 9-10 Feb 2009 Delhi Sustainable Development Summit Towards Copenhagen:an equitable and ethical approach. Invited to be part of the Southern Africa Delegation, New Delhi, India 1-7 Feb 2009 High Level Meeting on Food Security for All (RANSA). Made an invited intervention on behalf of the scientific and policy research community during Round Table 3 discussion on "Linking Research to Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Policies", Madrid, Spain 26-27 January 2009 United Nations (UNCCD) CoP 14 Climate Change Meeting. Made a speech during the COMESA Side Event on the Africa Climate Solution Initiative which promotes the REDD-AFOLU Coalition in Poznań, Poland, 10 December 2008

  9. International Advocacy Engagements: 2008 - 2009 University of KwaZulu Natal 60th anniversary of agriculture at the University. Presented a paper at the afternoon symposium on 'Agriculture for food security', Pietermaritzburg, South Africa 28 November 2008 FAO 34th Session of the Committee on World Food Security. Panelist representing NGO/CSO perspectives for a roundtable discussion held as a Special Event in conjunction with the Committee on World Food Security, Rome 17 October 2008 IUCN World Conversation Congress. Panelist at the “Ecosystems and food: What role for conservation in enhancing food security for the rural poor?” Barcelona, Spain 7 October 2008 World Bank Meeting. Presented on the Food Crisis in southern Africa focusing on promoting stakeholder engagement in addressing food insecurity, Washington DC, 7 August 2008 2008 Brookings Blum Roundtable. Discussant during the “Making Forests and Conservation Work for the Poor working group Initiatives” at the, Aspen, Colorado 1 August 2008 2008 Brookings Blum Roundtable. Madea Strategic Intervention on Food Security, during the session on “Greening the Development Paradigm”, Aspen Colorado 2 August 2008 COMESA and IFDC workshop on Strengthening Trade in Agricultural Inputs in Africa: Issues and Options. Presented on, “Human Capital Development among Policy Makers”, Lusaka 2 July 2008. COMESA Climate Initiative-Carbon Finance Platform Workshop. Presented on“Carbon Market-Fair Deal for AFRICA”, Johannesburg 23 June 2008

  10. International Advocacy Engagements: 2008 - 2009 United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD-16). Presented on “Re-orienting Extension Services and Research to Small Farmers Economic Growth” during a session on Enhancing Agricultural Productivity - Meeting the Sustainability, New York 7 May 2008 United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD-16). Presented a statement on behalf of the Scientific and Technological Community at CSD-16 during “Making a Difference: Interactive Discussions with Major Groups”, New York 15 May 2008 Salzburg Global Seminar “Toward a Green Revolution in Africa” Keynote & Lead roundtable discussions on: “Governance and Policy Processes”, Salzburg, Austria 1 May 2008 SADC Regional Economic Integration meeting. Presented on “The impact of HIV and AIDS on Agriculture and Food Security in the SADC Region”, Mauritius 20 April 2008 Inclusive Business in Agrifood Markets: Evidence and Action International Conference. Keynote speaker & Key panel moderator for the session: “Evidence of change and innovation in the public sector”, Beijing, China 2 March 2008 Agricultural Policy Strategy Workshop at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Presented on “Policy Networks and Capacity Building” Seattle, Washington February 12, 2008 Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa Conference. Presented on“Research-Based Advocacy for African Agricultural Development - Africa Open for Agribusiness”Washington DC, October 22, 2007