NEPAD, RECs and RFOs strategize on communicating CAADP & Malabo Declaration

The need to share CAADP communication experiences for the past decade as a basis for effective communication of Malabo Commitments made NEPAD to convene a Writeshop for Communicators from Regional Economic Communities (RECs) and Regional Farmers Organizations (RFOs).

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The Writeshop organized in Nairobi, Kenya from 14-15th October, 2015 documented CAADP’s impact, best practices and lessons learnt from RECs, RFOs and 17 African countries.

The meeting further validated agriculture experiences content received from 17 countries, which included Mozambique, Malawi, Cameroon, Kenya, Lesotho, Senegal, Benin, Burkina Faso, South Africa, pharmacy technician instructor jobs canada Zambia, Chad, Congo-Brazzaville, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Mauritius, Togo and Rwanda.

The information shared and validated by the participants will be published to highlight experiences, achievements and challenges faced in the first phase of CAADP implementation (2003-2015).

The Writeshop further brainstormed on the need for increased awareness of the revised CAADP Results Framework and the Implementation Strategy & Roadmap to Achieve CAADP Vision 2025 by developing harmonized communication and advocacy messages for cialis online cialis pharmacy review low dose effectiveness the Malabo Declaration and predam viagru cialis targets.

RECs that attended the meeting included COMESA, East African Community (EAC), Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), and L’Union du Maghreb Arabe (UMA). RFOs that viagra online attended the Writeshop included the East African Farmers Federation (EAFF) and UMA Union of North African farmers (UMNAGRI).

Other participants included Kenya’s Ministry of Agriculture Senior Officials and Staff, the CAADP Journalists Network, comprising of Journalists from various local and international media organizations.

The two days Writeshop included viagra and advil a field visit to Kiroko Enterprises in Makadara, owned by Mr. Wachira Meru, an urban canadianpharmacy-toprx farmer in Nairobi County specialized in organic farming and breeding of small ruminants which includes goats, rabbits and guinea pigs.

Going forward, all the stakeholders that attended the two days meeting resolved to deepen networking and increased joint collaboration between NEPAD, RECs, RFOs and CAADP Journalist Network to effectively communicate Malabo in the next decade.

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