Making agricultural policy in Subsaharan Africa: Understanding and improving CAADP and APRM processes

The project will look into the policy-making (at the political, institutional, administrative level) in the context of agricultural policy in Subsaharan Africa.

Project description

The project will analyze, in two countries, in what ways the new participatory pan-African policy initiatives, the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), and the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) influence national agricultural policies and sectoral agricultural framework conditions. The project will seek to identify factors that influence both the processes and their outcomes, focusing in particular on the role played by scientific information, which is, or should be, absolutely essential for effective policies.


Project Coordination

Thomas Kuklok

Current Publications

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Hackenesch, Christine / Niels Keijzer / Julian Bergmann
The Current Column of 01 July 2020