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CAADP PROCESS IN TANZANIA AND MALABO COMMITMENTS
CAADP POCESS IN TANZANIA: • Buy –in Process: The CAADP buy in process started in 2004 and gained momentum in 2009/2010 by stock-taking and completion of analytical work from 28 February-3 March 2010 followed by an intensive consultative process with various stakeholders • CAADP Compact was signed on 8 July, 2010 by the Government, Representatives of farmers, Regional Economic Communities, Private Sector, Development Partners and Civil Society Organisations and Non-State Actors. • The Investment Plan: The Tanzania- CAADP Investment - Tanzania Agriculture and Food Security Investment Plan (TAFSIP) was developed and launched on 11 th November 2011 by H. E. President JMKY •
The TAFSIP Goal, Objectives • The Goal of the TAFSIP is to “contribute to the national economic growth, household income and food security in line with national and sectoral development aspirations”. • The Development Objective aims to “rationalise allocation of resources to achieve an annual six percent agricultural GDP growth, consistent with national objectives to reduce rural poverty and improve household food and nutrition security” and in line with CAADP principle.
TAFSIP as a planning tool It is a sector wide investment framework for the agricultural sector for the implementation of the CAADP in Tanzania. • is a resources mobilization tool for ASDP • allows for resource harmonization in the sector • It is a sector wide investment framework for the agricultural sector for the implementation of the CAADP in Tanzania. •
Policy and legal framework Impact : • Vision 2025/2020 • MKUKUTA/MKUZA • National Five year Development Plan • Various Global and national policies, strategies and programmes/projects (SDGs, ASDS/ASDP 1 & II / ASP, Kilimo Kwanza, BRN), • Saving about 75 % of the farming population
NAIP (TAFSIP) Interventions/priority areas • Irrigation Development, Sustainable Water Resources and Land Use Management • Agricultural Productivity Commercialisation and • Rural Infrastructure, Market Access and Trade
• Food and Nutrition Security ( CAADP Pillar III) • Private Sector Development • Management, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation ( Cross cutting) • Policy Reform and Institutional Support (CAADP Pillar IV) • It is a 10 yr plan, (Costed at Tshs 8. 3 trillion (USD 5. 4 bn), 2011 prices for the 1 st 5 yrs)
Financing NAIP • Governments to allocate at least 10 % of its budget. • Engaging all – Public, Private, Non State Actors, Civil Societies, Farmers and Development Partners • AU/EAC/SADC Secretariat in collaboration with NPCA to mobilize resources to facilitate Member States
Institutional Framework: Engaging • Implemented through existing frameworks of ASDP/ASP • National Coordination Meeting (annual) – a back up to the PR • The Inter-Ministerial Coordinating Committee (ICC) • Technical Committee of Directors • Consultative Meeting with DPs • Zonal Coordination Meeting • JIR/JSR
Agriculture financing and sector growth: (a) Budget Allocation • 3% percent by the time CAADP was adopted. • By year 2010/11 we were at 7. 9%, • in year 2011/12 – at 6. 9 % , 2012/13 – slightly dropped to 5. 6% and • year 2013/14 at 7. 4%. • Year 2014/15 – 5. 3% • Year 2015/16 – 6. 2% • Year 2016/2017 – 5% • Sector Growth • Agric growth rate: Averaged at 4. 3% (which is below the national average economic growth of 7% and CAADP target of 6% annually. • Agric GDP contribution 2014/15 27. 8%; 9.
Agricultural Banks • Tanzania has established an Agricultural Development Banks in 2015 • The Banks has started its operations starting with few regions • Targeting smallscale farmers. • The interest rate is at 7%
Aligning with the MALABO DECLARATION 2014 commitments 1. Recommit to the Principles and Values of the CAADP Process: Partnerships, Inclusiveness 2. Recommit to enhance investment finance in Agriculture: 10%; African Investment Bank 3. Commitment to Ending Hunger by 2025: Double productivity: Reduce PHL by half
4. Commitment to Halving Poverty by 2025: inclusive 6% growth 5. Commit to Boosting Intra-African Trade in Agricultural Commodities & Services: Triple 6. Commit to Enhancing Resilience in livelihoods and production systems to climate variability and other shocks: 30 % 0 f farmers resilient 7. Commitment to Mutual Accountability to Actions and Results Through the CAADP Result Framework – conduct a biennial Agricultural Review Process