Senegal

Women in a GIE** are producing a large quantity of millet base products
Women in a GIE** are producing a large quantity of millet base products.

This project (en français) aims to increase public and private investments in agriculture through the creation of an efficient process to formulate, implement and monitor agricultural policy with the Ministère de l’Agriculture et de l’Equipement Rural (MAER) of Senegal.

Status: Core-funded Activities and Associate Award
Funding dates: 7/27/2015-7/26/2018
Name of the project: Projet d’appui aux politiques agricoles (PAPA)

Local Partners:
Ministère de l’Agriculture et de l’Equipement Rural (MAER) of Senegal
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
AfricaLead

Components: C1-C2, C4

Project Leaders:
Ousmane Badiane, IFPRI Regional director
Kimsey Savadogo, Chief of Party and Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI
Eric Crawford, Professor, MSU

** GIE: “Groupement d’Intérêt Economique;” or Economic Interest Group

Photo: Dakar, Senegal, 2016 (credit: Sarah Chase-Walsh)

  • Kimsey Savadogo 12/11/2017

    Empowering an Agricultural Policy Research System: The Case of the Network of Local Centers ....

    Senegal has several excellent agricultural research institutions to inform and support policy. But these institutions have worked in isolation for decades, with little coordination and collaborations. The Feed the Future Senegal Agriculture Policy Project (PAPA) has transformed the way research to inform policy is done by creating the Local Analysis Network that regroups Senegal’s centers of expertise. This is the first analysis network in the sub region and, as defined in the Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS), it is a new tool and concept central to support evidence-based policy making.