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WDCD 2017 : AU SAFGRAD actively represented African Union Commission (AUC) at the celebrations of World Day to Combat Desertification (WDCD) in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

World Day to Combat Desertification (WDCD) 2017 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso - 16 June 2017. Every year the World Day to Combat Desertification (WDCD) is observed to promote public awareness of international efforts to combat desertification. This year 2017, Ouagadougou, the Capital city of Burkina Faso hosted the UNCCD celebrations. AU SAFGRAD actively participated in the events to represent African Union Commission.

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High level participants at the 2017 WDCD. Head of States, Executive Secretary of UNCCD and AU SAFGRAD Coordinator, among others. 

 

The WDCD is celebrated each year on 17th June, but the 2017 edition was organized from 14th to 16th of June. Various important activities were scheduled. Very important personalities which include Heads of States from ECOWAS (HE Mr Ibrahim Boubacar Keita of Mali, HE Mr Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger, and and the host HE. Mr Roch March Christian Kabore of Burkina Faso) were present in the event. Mrs Monique Barbut, Executive Secretary of the UNCCD and several leaders of national, regional and international institutions with interest in desertification and related issues also graced the occasion. The 2017 event addressed the 3 S initiative (Stability, Security and Sustainability) and the central theme was “Our land, our home, our future”.

AU SAFGRAD Coordinator at WDCD

AU SAFGRAD Coordinator, delivering AUC message at the opening

AU SAFGRAD, African Union specialized technical office for research and development in semi-arid zones of Africa, actively participated to the event. First of all, during the opening ceremony (15th June), the Coordinator, Dr Ahmed ELMEKASS, while speaking on behalf of HE Mrs Josefa Leonel Correia Sacko, Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture of the African Union Commission, highlighted the role of African Union in combatting desertification notably through resolutions and decisions taken by AU Head of States and Government. Furthermore, the office took the opportunity of this unique event in Ouagadougou to organize a high level meeting of a policy dialogue gathering numerous stakeholders. This conference occurred on the morning of June 15th with a strong participation of national and international organizations. Besides the meeting, an exhibition fair grouping several institutions including AU SAFGRAD, was held at Ouagadougou international conference center, offering a communication platform for participants and guests. Prior to that day, a full-page article written by the AU SAFGRAD head of office was released in l’Observateur Paalga, one of the most important daily newspapers in the country and beyond.

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 Exhibition center serving as communication platform for participants and guests

The same day, in front of the Heads of states, HE President KABORE and his important guest peers from Niger and Mali, a Declaration was read as the conclusion of the ministerial meeting organized within the framework of the 2017 WDCD. The so-called Ouagadougou Declaration appealed for a better political commitment of international community to address land degradation, desertification, drought, climate change and their consequences such as food insecurity, migration, conflicts, displaced people, etc. This historical Declaration is targeting by 2020, among other, two main objectives namely the rehabilitation of 10 million ha of degraded lands and the creation of two million jobs related to sustainable land use for youth, women and migrants.

With regards to the importance of the Ouagadougou Declaration, AU SAFGRAD, with a dozen of key partners, notably UNCCD, EU, NEPAD, FAO, IRD, SOS SAHEL, OIF, CILSS, CORAF/WECARD and WETLANDS International, organized a technical workshop on the 16th of June. The experts’ gathering aimed at clarifying the way forward to operationalize the declaration adopted by ministers in charge of Environment during the 2017 WDCD edition in Ouagadougou.

Partners Meeting

View of the Conference room during the partners meeting on 16th June following the Ouagadougou declaration.

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Mr. KOUTOU, AU SAFGRAD (On the left) and Mr. Tapsoba, FAO, chairing sessions

Undoubtedly, the 2017 WDCD held in African land, in Burkina Faso, is appearing, according to experts, as a historical turning point in the UNCCD celebrations process. The role of AUC, through notably AU SAFGRAD, was in all points of view unquestionable from the beginning to the end. There is henceforth hope that the objective of collectively combating for achieving Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN), mainly in Africa, is definitely on track.

 

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For more information, please contact: - Mr. Youssoupha MBENGUE, Senior Communications Officer, AU SAFGRAD. Email: Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. .Tel. +22678234178

 

 

 

AU SAFGRAD is celebrating the international day to combat desertification which is taking place this year 2017 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

AU SAFGRAD is celebrating the international day to combat desertification which is taking place this year 2017  in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

The celebrations are starting this June 15th at the Ouagadougou International Conference Center with the presence of H.E Rock Marc Christian KABORE, President of Burkina Faso, H.E. Ibrahim Boubacar KEITA, President of Mali, UNCCD Head and many relevant national, regional and international institutions.

On June 16th, AU SAFGRAD will co-organize a high level technical partners’ meeting on desertification and land degradation. The co-organizers include NEPAD, UNCCD, IRD, BURKINA FASO government, SCAC EU.

An exhibition stand by AU SAFGRAD is opened at the Conference Center to display the Office activities on desertification and related issues.

 

MESSAGE OF THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION H.E. MR. MOUSSA FAKI MAHAMAT ON THE OCCASION OF THE 54TH AFRICA DAY ADDIS ABABA, 25 MAY 2017

MESSAGE OF THE CHAIRPERSON

OF THE AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION

H.E. MR. MOUSSA FAKI MAHAMAT

ON THE OCCASION OF THE 54TH AFRICA DAY

ADDIS ABABA, 25 MAY 2017

 

Dear Fellow Africans,

It is with honour and utmost humility that I stand before you dear African Compatriots to pay tribute to our Founding Fathers, to bow to their unwavering commitment to an upright, free, united, interdependent and fraternal Africa. On this day of 25 May 2017, we celebrate the anniversary of the liberation of our Continent from the yoke of colonialism and the unity that our Founding Fathers so dreamt about and fought for. The establishment of our Organization, on this day, 25 May in 1963, in Addis Ababa, marked a pivotal turning point in the history of our Continent.

Africa Day is also an opportunity for us to celebrate the significant progress made by the Continent since the inception of the OAU fifty four years ago and the transformation to the African Union we are today. Notable among them is the improvements in peace and stability, democratic governance, human development, the promotion and protection of human rights, the quest for accelerated regional and continental integration through the execution of the Regional and Continental projects, the establishment of gender parity in national and continental institutions, the reduction of infant and maternal mortality are so many other tangible peace dividends of which Africa may rightly feel proud.

Notwithstanding this progress, Africa continues to face many challenges, including mainly population growth control, protection of the environment and climate change, migration, youth unemployment, terrorism, radicalization, various forms of trafficking, deficit of political and democratic governance, in brief, peace and security. After 54 years, the building of the unity of the African peoples is still a major task while the challenges, which Africans must take up collectively, keep increasing.

With an average growth rate of 5% over the last 15 years, with six countries among the top 10 in the world's most dynamic economies, it is clear that Africa is one of the regions of the world where growth is definitely fastest but where challenges remain in reaping the full benefits of its all its human and natural resources.

It was, therefore, in response to these immense challenges that, at the 24th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in January 2015, the African Heads of State and Government adopted Agenda 2063, establishing the most significant structural transformation programme for Continent for the next 50 years. This ambitious programme is a challenge for all Africans and especially their leaders. The implementation of this programme will be carried out in several gradual steps, as provided for in the First Ten-Year Implementation Plan 2014-2023.

In this sense, a number of priority flagship projects are being executed to hasten shared prosperity, namely: the liberalisation of the African airspace, the Continental Free Trade Area, the African Raw Materials Strategy, the African Passport and the free movement of persons and goods, the Pan-African University, and the end of conflicts by silencing the guns by 2020.

The goal of shared prosperity for all of all African citizens underpins Agenda 2063, and gives African women and youths a prominent place with calls upon the continent to promote gender equality through the empowerment of women and young people in all spheres of life. Our Heads of State and Government moved quickly to ensure that Agenda 2063 is translated into concrete actions. It is this commitment that led them to adopt the historic decision of the Kigali Summit of July 2016, reaffirming their full resolve to establish an effective mechanism to finance this ambitious vision. The speedy and strict implementation of this decision is not only a response to the urgent need for financing, but it is also a matter of the credibility and assertion of the African leadership.

It is also in the same spirit that in January 2017, the Heads of State and Government adopted a reform package based on the recommendations contained in the Report of President Kagame. The implementation of these reforms will make it possible to give a new life to the Organization.

This process of consolidating our financial sovereignty is timely, important and necessary. And as it in this spirit that we acknowledge the much appreciated contribution of our international partners who, in a spirit of solidarity and shared prosperity, have always supported us.

We must also continue to promote synergy and complementarity between the UN Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda and our homegrown Agenda 2063. The signing, on 19 April 2017, of a Joint UN-AU Framework for Enhancing Partnership in Peace and Security is in line with this logic.

By referring to the need for a strengthened partnership for peace and security, which is one of the priorities of my mandate, I will also frankly admit my heartbreak in the face of the atrocious tragedies that plague South Sudan, Somalia, Central African Republic, the Lake Chad Basin and the Sahel?

Of all these humanitarian crises, the tragedy of South Sudan is the most unbearable. The proliferation of crimes committed by all parties and the deliberately inflicted and unspeakable suffering of civilians, over 60 per cent of whom are in need of humanitarian assistance, more than 2 million are internally displaced, more than 1 million are refugees, the ongoing famine ... this cannot continue. Yes, the denial of our humanity in this country is a shame to the honour and dignity of the African man, woman and child.

A few days after taking office, I personally witnessed the unbearable magnitude of this tragedy. I urge the parties to stop these massive crimes and, without delay, to establish an inclusive dialogue, to re-determine a peaceful destiny for their people. For this this the leaders can count on our readiness to assist with all our strength and resolve. But first, the violence and the suffering must stop.

Dear Fellow Africans,

The African population reached, in this May 2017, more than 1.2 billion inhabitants, or just under 17% of the world population with an average age of 19.5 years. This makes Africa the second most populous continent in the world after Asia and also the continent with the youngest economically active population. It is, therefore, important to transform this huge human energy into a dynamic and creative development tool. To do this, this year’s theme of the African Union is “Harnessing the demographic dividend through investment in youth''.

Investing in youths in Africa depends on a significant effort of crosscutting mobilization, supported by sustained economic growth, job creation through all-out entrepreneurship, investment in education, improved social services, including universal healthcare coverage. Investing in African youth also implies the promotion of culture, our positive values and sports.

In this regard, one of our African heroes, President Nelson Mandela, said: "Sports has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire, it has the power to unite peoples which is unique. It speaks the language of youth. Sports can rekindle and generate lost hope".

The African Union, recognizing sports and physical activity as effective tools for achieving social and economic integration, makes significant use of them to take up health, conflict prevention and post-conflict reconstruction challenges. It is in this context that the celebration of this Day will be marked by sports competitions.

Dear Fellow Africans,

Africa no longer accepts the marginalization of our Continent. We all, - political leaders, civil society, the private sector, ordinary citizens, the diaspora ...have the moral obligation to fight against this marginalization of Africa.

I call upon you, Brothers and Sisters, from the bottom of my heart, to pool our efforts, to multiply the chances of a successful integration of our Mother Africa.

In this regard, I am pleased to welcome once again the return of Morocco to the African Union on 30 January 2017, after 33 years of absence. As His Majesty King Mohammed VI proclaimed, this is an opportunity to bring together the whole continent in an effort to cement the cohesion of all the African peoples.

Based on the determination of all our 55 Member States, our Continental Organization will carry out the resolute reform of its functioning and will take up all the challenges of political and socioeconomic development that are hampering the march of the continent towards the realization of the vision: an integrated, peaceful, prosperous Africa.

The Commission of the African Union, which I have the honour and privilege to head, will play its  full part, in close cooperation with all the Member States, in this collective effort for a free, sovereign and independent Africa in its choices, an Africa that offers to its sons and daughters pride, dignity, happiness and prosperity.

 

Happy Africa Day to all and May God bless Africa.

 

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1 MESSAGE OF THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION H.E. MR. MOUSSA FAKI MAHAMAT ON THE OCCASION OF THE 54TH AFRICA DAY ADDIS ABABA, 25 MAY 2017 2 Dear Fellow Africans, It is with honour and utmost humility that I stand before you dear African Compatriots to pay tribute to our Founding Fathers, to bow to their unwavering commitment to an upright, free, united, interdependent and fraternal Africa. On this day of 25 May 2017, we celebrate the anniversary of the liberation of our Continent from the yoke of colonialism and the unity that our Founding Fathers so dreamt about and fought for. The establishment of our Organization, on this day, 25 May in 1963, in Addis Ababa, marked a pivotal turning point in the history of our Continent. Africa Day is also an opportunity for us to celebrate the significant progress made by the Continent since the inception of the OAU fifty four years ago and the transformation to the African Union we are today. Notable among them is the improvements in peace and stability, democratic governance, human development, the promotion and protection of human rights, the quest for accelerated regional and continental integration through the execution of the Regional and Continental projects, the establishment of gender parity in national and continental institutions, the reduction of infant and maternal mortality are so many other tangible peace dividends of which Africa may rightly feel proud. Notwithstanding this progress, Africa continues to face many challenges, including mainly population growth control, protection of the environment and climate change, migration, youth unemployment, terrorism, radicalization, various forms of trafficking, deficit of political and democratic governance, in brief, peace and security. After 54 years, the building of the unity of the African peoples is still a major task while the challenges, which Africans must take up collectively, keep increasing. With an average growth rate of 5% over the last 15 years, with six countries among the top 10 in the world's most dynamic economies, it is clear that Africa is one of the regions of the world where growth is definitely fastest but where challenges remain in reaping the full benefits of its all its human and natural resources. It was, therefore, in response to these immense challenges that, at the 24th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in January 2015, the African Heads of State and Government adopted Agenda 2063, establishing the most significant structural transformation programme for Continent for the next 50 years. This ambitious programme is a challenge for all Africans and especially their leaders. The implementation of this programme will be carried out in several gradual steps, as provided for in the First Ten-Year Implementation Plan 2014-2023. In this sense, a number of priority flagship projects are being executed to hasten shared prosperity, namely: the liberalisation of the African airspace, the Continental Free Trade Area, the African Raw Materials Strategy, the African Passport and the free movement of persons and goods, the Pan-African University, and the end of conflicts by silencing the guns by 2020. 3 The goal of shared prosperity for all of all African citizens underpins Agenda 2063, and gives African women and youths a prominent place with calls upon the continent to promote gender equality through the empowerment of women and young people in all spheres of life. Our Heads of State and Government moved quickly to ensure that Agenda 2063 is translated into concrete actions. It is this commitment that led them to adopt the historic decision of the Kigali Summit of July 2016, reaffirming their full resolve to establish an effective mechanism to finance this ambitious vision. The speedy and strict implementation of this decision is not only a response to the urgent need for financing, but it is also a matter of the credibility and assertion of the African leadership. It is also in the same spirit that in January 2017, the Heads of State and Government adopted a reform package based on the recommendations contained in the Report of President Kagame. The implementation of these reforms will make it possible to give a new life to the Organization. This process of consolidating our financial sovereignty is timely, important and necessary. And as it in this spirit that we acknowledge the much appreciated contribution of our international partners who, in a spirit of solidarity and shared prosperity, have always supported us. We must also continue to promote synergy and complementarity between the UN Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda and our homegrown Agenda 2063. The signing, on 19 April 2017, of a Joint UN-AU Framework for Enhancing Partnership in Peace and Security is in line with this logic. By referring to the need for a strengthened partnership for peace and security, which is one of the priorities of my mandate, I will also frankly admit my heartbreak in the face of the atrocious tragedies that plague South Sudan, Somalia, Central African Republic, the Lake Chad Basin and the Sahel? Of all these humanitarian crises, the tragedy of South Sudan is the most unbearable. The proliferation of crimes committed by all parties and the deliberately inflicted and unspeakable suffering of civilians, over 60 per cent of whom are in need of humanitarian assistance, more than 2 million are internally displaced, more than 1 million are refugees, the ongoing famine ... this cannot continue. Yes, the denial of our humanity in this country is a shame to the honour and dignity of the African man, woman and child. A few days after taking office, I personally witnessed the unbearable magnitude of this tragedy. I urge the parties to stop these massive crimes and, without delay, to establish an inclusive dialogue, to re-determine a peaceful destiny for their people. For this this the leaders can count on our readiness to assist with all our strength and resolve. But first, the violence and the suffering must stop. Dear Fellow Africans, The African population reached, in this May 2017, more than 1.2 billion inhabitants, or just under 17% of the world population with an average age of 19.5 years. This makes Africa the second most populous continent in the world after Asia and also the continent with the youngest 4 economically active population. It is, therefore, important to transform this huge human energy into a dynamic and creative development tool. To do this, this year’s theme of the African Union is “Harnessing the demographic dividend through investment in youth''. Investing in youths in Africa depends on a significant effort of crosscutting mobilization, supported by sustained economic growth, job creation through all-out entrepreneurship, investment in education, improved social services, including universal healthcare coverage. Investing in African youth also implies the promotion of culture, our positive values and sports. In this regard, one of our African heroes, President Nelson Mandela, said: "Sports has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire, it has the power to unite peoples which is unique. It speaks the language of youth. Sports can rekindle and generate lost hope". The African Union, recognizing sports and physical activity as effective tools for achieving social and economic integration, makes significant use of them to take up health, conflict prevention and post-conflict reconstruction challenges. It is in this context that the celebration of this Day will be marked by sports competitions. Dear Fellow Africans, Africa no longer accepts the marginalization of our Continent. We all, - political leaders, civil society, the private sector, ordinary citizens, the diaspora ...have the moral obligation to fight against this marginalization of Africa. I call upon you, Brothers and Sisters, from the bottom of my heart, to pool our efforts, to multiply the chances of a successful integration of our Mother Africa. In this regard, I am pleased to welcome once again the return of Morocco to the African Union on 30 January 2017, after 33 years of absence. As His Majesty King Mohammed VI proclaimed, this is an opportunity to bring together the whole continent in an effort to cement the cohesion of all the African peoples. Based on the determination of all our 55 Member States, our Continental Organization will carry out the resolute reform of its functioning and will take up all the challenges of political and socioeconomic development that are hampering the march of the continent towards the realization of the vision: an integrated, peaceful, prosperous Africa. The Commission of the African Union, which I have the honour and privilege to head, will play its 5 full part, in close cooperation with all the Member States, in this collective effort for a free, sovereign and independent Africa in its choices, an Africa that offers to its sons and daughters pride, dignity, happiness and prosperity. Happy Africa Day to all and May God bless Africa.
 

AU SAFGRAD Capacity Building for African Young researchers organized in Cairo, Egypt from 22nd to 29th of April 2017

AU SAFGRAD Capacity Building for African Young researchers organized in Cairo, Egypt from 22nd to 29th of April 2017

The 2017 training session for African Young Researchers has been closed this Saturday 29th of April in Cairo the capital city of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

The ceremony chaired by H.E. Dr Mohamed Abdelaty Minister of Water Resources & Irrigation of Egypt was also notably attended by H.E. Amb. Dr Abdulaziz Buhedma, Head of AFTAAC, Dr Ahmed Elmekass, AU SAFGRAD Coordinator, HE Head of African Union Cairo Office, Mrs Zubaida Mohamed Fathallal Mahmoud, Head of the Center Regional Training Sector for Water Resources & Irrigation (RTSWI/RCTWS) and all the trainees of the current session. The venue for the closing ceremony was a wonderful Nile boat ride where the trainees received all their certificates following a full 8-day training course on the theme of “Modern irrigation scheme” delivered by several experts’ specialists of Water Resources & Irrigation. 

Started on 22nd of April 2017, the AU SAFGRAD training workshop, in close cooperation with Arab Fund for Technical Assistance to the African Countries (AFTAAC) has embarked this year 16 participants coming from 15 African Member States namely Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tunisia and Uganda.

In his remarks, Dr Ahmed Elmekass, AU SAFGRAD Coordinator, after thanking the Government and People Republic of Egypt for hosting and supporting the training course, has underlined the critical role Agriculture is playing in promoting peace, prosperity and economic development in Africa. “Irrigation agriculture has been recognized as key to unlocking the potential of African Agriculture in achieving the targets set forth in the Malabo 2014 Commitments” stated AU SAFGRAD head of Office. He also recalled the achievements of SAFGRAD in the area of agricultural research and development in the Semi-arid zones of Africa before stressing the good relations and cooperation between Africa and Arab Member states. Furthermore, he concluded his statements by addressing his appreciation to H.E. Dr Mohamed Abdelaty Minister of Water Resources & Irrigation of Egypt his coming to chair the closing of this important training course.

After the closing remarks pronounced by the Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, the certificates were given to the 16 participants who have successfully attended the training course.

In the margins of this training Course, Dr Ahmed ELMEKASS has been received by H.E. Dr Mohamed Abdelaty Minister of Water Resources & Irrigation of Egypt. They have discussed the way of increasing the Programme of Capacity building of African young Researchers notably in the area of water resources and irrigation. 

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AU SAFGRAD TO FACILITATE AND PARTICIPATE TO THE NEPAD WORKSHOP ON “THE PREPARATION OF A REPORT ON THE STATUS OF LAND DEGRADATION AND RESTORATION IN AFRICA”

With the facilitation of African Union SAFGRAD, NEPAD in partnership with UNEP and other African and international institutions organized a “Regional Technical Meeting on the preparation of a report on the status of land degradation and restoration in Africa” in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso from 12 to 13 April 2017. Participants to the workshop were comprised of RECs project focal points, other international key partners and resource persons. The meeting was designed to develop a common report to synthetize the available data on land degradation and restoration in Africa, which will not only help guide action for the RECs and its member states, but also serve as a strategic document to better mobilize resources to address disaster risk challenges such as desertification, drought, climate change and provide restoration opportunities across the continent.

AU SAFGRAD has facilitated the organization of such event. Dr Ahmed ELMEKASS, AU SAFGRAD Coordinator, has delivered statement at the opening and the closing ceremonies while Mr. Mamadou KOUTOU, Senior Programme Officer, made presentation and fully contributed to all the technical sessions. In his part, Mr. Youssoupha MBENGUE, Senior Communications Officer, notably facilitated media issues and field visit to Guie site. In the margins of the gathering, Au SAFGRAD Coordinator and NEPAD representative took the opportunity to discuss serious ways of close collaboration between the two institutions, notably through joint project proposals at relevant initiatives.

 

 

A FAO DELEGATION VISITED AU SAFGRAD OFFICE

A FAO delegation visited AU SAFGRAD Office

Today March, 29 20017, AU SAFGRAD has received a FAO delegation. The FAO three experts team was led by Dr Kondombo Salam Richard, zoo technician National Expert. They discussed with AU SAFGRAD Coordinator, Dr Ahmed ELMEKASS, on the issue of their planned programme regarding small ruminants in Burkina Faso and Ethiopia.

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The three FAO experts discussing with Dr Ahmed ELMEKASS, AU SAFGRAD Coordinator

The said programme is focusing on three main areas including meat production exports, slaughtering house and veterinary services. A work plan on the programme is scheduled to be validated in a workshop by this 30 of March 2017 and a stakeholders round table is planned for April 20, 2017.

Furthermore, the coordinator held very interesting discussions with the FAO visiting team. The discussions particularly focused on value chain of small ruminants in the two targeted countries. The importance of building the capacities of the animals’ holders as well as the role of extension in the development of the sector have been raised. They acknowledged the interest of having an overview on the key actors along the value chain, highlighting the need of good market assessment. 

 

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