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Malawi Policy Learning Event - Data and Analytics for Evidence Policy Planning and Implementation - April 28, 2021

Malawi Policy Learning Event - Data and Analytics for Evidence Policy Planning and Implementation - April 28, 2021

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This presentation was delivered by Dr. Ousmane Badiane, Executive Chairperson at ‎AKADEMIYA2063

This presentation was delivered by Dr. Ousmane Badiane, Executive Chairperson at ‎AKADEMIYA2063

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  1. 1. WWW.AKADEMIYA2063.ORG Data and Analytics for Evidence Based Policy Planning and Implementation Overview of AKADEMIYA2063 Programs and Activities Ousmane Badiane PhD Dr. hc Executive Chairperson
  2. 2. Interactive Continental Tracking Platform REVIEW AND BENCHMARKING INFRASTRUCTURE
  3. 3. Interactive Subnational Tracking Platform REVIEW AND BENCHMARKING INFRASTRUCTURE
  4. 4. • Country data entry • Auto-scoring • Consistency check • REC evaluation • Report preparation • AUC Synthesis CAADP Biennial Review Facilitation and Infrastructure REVIEW AND BENCHMARKING INFRASTRUCTURE
  5. 5. CAPACITIES FOR DATA AND ANALYSIS 174 32 65 38
  6. 6.  More than 14 million individuals are lifted out of food poverty  Rural population contributes for 82% of food poverty elimination BaU Malabo National -1,140,745 -14,338,241 Rural -578,694 -11,739,480 Urban -674,421 -2,268,685 -100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 National Rural Urban Graph 5: Food Poverty Headcount Indexes, Variation 2015-2025 (%) BaU Malabo Number of Food Poor, Variation 2015-2025 Changes in Poverty Levels under different scenarios Strategic Growth and Outcome Analysis * *) Example from Kenya NAIP Analysis
  7. 7. Investment Prioritization and targeting* HiP - nAG MeP - nAG LoP - nAG HiP - AGr MeP - AGr LoP - AGr No data HiP: High Priority MeP: Medium Priority LoP: Low Priority nAG; Non Agriculture Agr: Agriculture *) Example from South Sudan Resilience Analysis CAPACITIES FOR DATA AND ANALYSIS
  8. 8. www.mamopanel.org Change in GHI: 2000-2016 Output in constant $2005 40HP tractor-equivalent Which countries have made most progress? What did they do? How did it work? Why did it work? Key Actions by Successful Countries at Three Levels: 1. Institutional Innovations 2. Policy Reforms 3. Programmatic Interventions PLATFORM FOR POLICY INNOVATION
  9. 9. Vulnerability hotspots Staple food price tracking Macro effects of trade disruption Production systems disruption FOUR MAJOR COVID WORK STREAMS AT AKADEMIYA2063
  10. 10. MALABO MONTPELLIER PANEL REPORTS Successful Policy Innovations by African Countries MAJOR FLAGSHIP PUBLICATIONS AFRICA AGRICULTURE TRADE MONITOR Only major publication on African trade ANNUAL TRENDS AND OUTLOOK REPORT Official CAADP M&E Report
  11. 11. THANK YOU AKADEMIYA2063 – Kicukiro / Niboye KK 360 St 8 I P.O. Box 4729 Kigali-Rwanda

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