Last June, African Heads of State and Government renewed and strengthened their commitment to achieve food and nutrition security on the continent. They adopted a remarkably ambitious set of concrete goals to be reached by 2025, in their ‘Malabo Declaration on Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation for Shared Prosperity and Improved Livelihoods’.
This video presents briefly the perspectives of some key CAADP stakeholders about the Malabo Declaration.
– Komla Prosper Bissi, CAADP Adviser for trade and agribusiness – African Union Commission (AUC)
– Benito Eliasi – Capacity Development Advisor, Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions SACAU
– Alangeh Romanus Che – Coordinator of CAADP Non-State Actors Task Team
– Lucy Muchoki – CEO of the Pan African Agribusiness and Agro Industry Consortium (PanAAC)
– Jeff Hill – Director for Policy at USAID Bureau
– Robson Mutandi – International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) representative to Ethiopia, South Sudan and Angola – East and Southern Africa
– Nachilala Nkombo – Deputy Director, ONE campaign
– Ousmane Badiane – Africa Director for the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
It was filmed in the margins of the ReSAKSS annual conference at the AUC in Addis Ababa and questions were asked by Francesco Rampa, Head of Programme