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  1. Coalition for African Rice Development • Version March 2011 • CARD Secretariat, Nairobi, Kenya

  2. Outline • Context • What is CARD? – Objectives, stakeholders, achievements • CARD and CAADP– How NRDS align and contribute to the Implementation of CAADP

  3. Context (1000Mt) PRODUCTION ANDCONSUMPTION OF RICE AFRICA, 1960 - 2007 Widening Demand-supply Gap + Food Price Crisis Productivity Improvement is essential Green Revolution in Africa

  4. Context Area: x 1.3 • Need to consider intensive production Yield: x 2.2 AFRICA Asia Yield: x 1.4 ASIA Area: x 3.3 Africa

  5. Context Economic development Food security Self sufficiency Sustainability Rice sector Development Market-oriented or subsistence ? Extent of modernization

  6. What is CARD? • is a consultative group of bilateral and multilateral donors and African and international institutions • aims at doubling the rice production in Sub-Sahara Africa by 2018 • fully respects African ownership and leadership • Alignment to CAADP • Participation of AfricaRice, FARA to CARD

  7. Objectives • Increase investment for rice-related development mainly through existing funding framework • Develop capacity of SSA Governments to effectively manage rice sector development as well as to secure government funding / donor investment • Provide enabling environment for rice-related investment both for development agencies and SSA Governments

  8. Objectives • Better coordinate interventions based on the shared view on rice development (NRDS) • NRDS: in line with overarching development framework (PRSP, CAADP)

  9. Approaches Double rice production in SSA (28 MT per year by 2018) All aspects of value chain Rice AEZs Capacity development South-South Cooperation Inputs Irrigated On-farm technology Rain-fed lowland Rain-fed upland Post-harvest Marketing

  10. Stakeholders CARD Partners General Meeting Steering Committee Secretariat Support NRDS Process Coordination and harmonization of assistance Information Sharing African Rice Producing Partners

  11. Stakeholders African Rice Producing Partners CARD Partners Steering Committee Mali Senegal Burkina Faso Guinea Benin Nigeria Ethiopia Sierra Leone Côte d'Ivoire Rwanda Central African Republic Ghana Liberia Cameroon Togo Uganda Kenya Democratic Rep of Congo Tanzania Zambia Mozambique Madagascar First Group Countries Second Group Countries

  12. Milestones TICAD IV May 2008 Official launch of CARD General Meeting 1 October 2008 Operational inception Secretariat set up General Meeting 2 June 2009 NRDS Version One by G1 countries (12) General Meeting 3 May 2010 NRDS being implemented (G1) G2 countries (11) join CARD

  13. Development Plan • National Rice Development Strategies • Formulation of Version One (living document) and launching • Analysis / updating of interventions and gaps • Prioritization of investments • Alignment with overarching framework • Coordination with CAADP process • Next steps • Elaboration of priority investments • ‘Operationalization’ through government, CAADP and development partners

  14. South-south cooperation • A pillar to achieve the CARD goal • Human capacity development • Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam participated in the GMs • Stocktaking • Facility, human capacity and achievements • Next steps • Identification of interventions based on needs-resource matching

  15. Webpage • A tool to share information and particularly assist project planners to generate effective rice-related interventions that create synergies with other key stakeholders www.riceforafrica.org

  16. SOME DETAILS

  17. Matrices A tool to monitor the sector development systematically Development outputs are captured into a cell of the matrices

  18. Matrices - Free distribution / subsidies by the public sector - Free distribution / subsidies by the public sector

  19. Matrices - Irrigation system - Rainfed lowland development - Irrigation system - Rainfed lowland development

  20. Matrices - Researchers - Extension staff - Farmer group - Farmers - Researchers - Extension staff - Farmer group - Farmers

  21. Matrices - Trade policy (im-ports, cross-border) - Profession groups (e.g. farmers, pro-cessors, traders) - Trade policy (imports cross-border) - Profession groups (e.g. farmers, processors, traders)

  22. Coverage NRDS Task Force PROJECT PROJECT PROJECT PROJECT

  23. Coverage NRDS Task Force Fact sheet Updated coverage of intervention areas No 3 No 3 No 5 No 6 No 1 No 6 PROJECT PROJECT PROJECT PROJECT No 5 No 7 No 4 No 1 No 1 No 7 No 7 No 4 No 8 No 7 No 5 No 8 No 6 No 1 No 5 No 4 No 8 No 2 No 2 No 2 No 9 No 9

  24. Needs NRDS Task Force NRDS

  25. Gap NRDS Task Force No 3 No 3 No 5 No 6 No 1 No 6 No 5 No 7 No 4 No 1 No 1 No 7 No 7 No 4 No 8 No 7 No 5 No 8 No 6 No 1 No 5 No 4 No 8 No 2 No 2 No 2 No 9 No 9

  26. Prioritization “Choose 8 cells for investment for the next funding opportunities” List of priority inter-ventions • Multiplication facilities • Distribution facilities • Free distribution / subsidies by the public sector • Full irrigation facilities • Low-land rain-fed facilities • WUA (collective resource management) • Factories / workshops • Quality standard • Operators of processing, packaging • Operators of storage • Staff for quality inspection • Provision of financial capital for credit scheme

  27. Next steps List of priority interventions • Multiplication facilities • Distribution facilities • Free distribution / subsidies by the public sector • Full irrigation facilities • Low-land rain-fed facilities • WUA (collective resource management) • Factories / workshops • Quality standard • Operators of processing, packaging • Operators of storage • Staff for quality inspection • Provision of financial capital for credit scheme

  28. Next steps List of priority interventions Concept notes + Gap Analysis + NRDS Multiplication facilities NRDS

  29. Next steps Concept notes + Gap Analysis DPs + NRDS Multiplication facilities NRDS Private Sector CAADP Gov’t Budget

  30. CARD and CAADP • CARD – CAADP interactions both at regional and in-country levels • Contributing to the implementation of CAADP through designing the interventions on the ground • Systematic monitoring of coverage for rice sector

  31. CAADP - matching

  32. THANK YOU