Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN)

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The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) is an autonomous multi-stakeholder driven network that was formally established in 1997 and mandated to work in all African countries to generate and promote independent research evidence to inform food security policies. FANRPAN was formed in response to a call made by Ministers of Agriculture from southern and eastern Africa in 1994 to ensure that policies are evidence based and harmonized so that Africa can be food secure, free from hunger and poverty. FANRPAN addresses its mission by building capacity of actors along the research to policy value chain. FANRPAN convenes multi-stakeholder platforms that allow the demand side to articulate needs and the supply side formulate appropriate evidence-based policies. Its policy engagement and advocacy strategy is informed by: (i) robust and relevant evidence, (ii) advocates equipped with the evidence and (iii) multi-stakeholder policy dialogue platforms promoting engagement between the supply side and policy demand.
Research Reports in JSTOR from Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN)
43 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
Agricultural Input Vouchers in Southern Africa:: Research findings from Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia 2007
Agricultural Policy Priorities for Improving Rural Livelihoods in Southern Africa 2004
Appropriate Climate Smart Technologies for Smallholder Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa 2013
Developing Capacities and Opportunities for Youth Engagement in the Agricultural Value Chain and Transformation 2011
Engaging Youth in Agricultural Policy Processes 2012
Engaging Youth in Climate-Smart Agriculture 2012
EVALUATION OF USAID/OFDA SMALL SCALE IRRIGATION (TREADLE PUMP) PROGRAM IN ZAMBIA 2008
Evidence to support climate change adaptation in Lesotho, Malawi and Swaziland 2015
FANRPAN POLICY BRIEF No. 2 THE POULTRY SUB-SECTOR IN MAURITIUS 2003
FANRPAN POLICY BRIEF No. 3 REVIEW OF LAND POLICY IN MALAWI 2003
FANRPAN/IITA Conducts an Assessment and Prioritization of Constraints to Agricultural Trade and Rural Economy Diversification 2005
THE FOOD SECURITY SITUATION IN THE SADC REGION:: Policy dimensions and scope for recovery 2004
INPUT VOUCHER STUDY IN MALAWI, MOZAMBIQUE AND ZAMBIA: Final Synthesis Report 2007
INPUT VOUCHER STUDY ZAMBIA 2007
INPUT VOUCHER STUDY ZAMBIA: Phase I: Literature Review and Planning 2007
Integrating the Non-Commercial and Commercial Input Markets through Input Vouchers:: Recommendations for Zambia 2007
Integrating the Non-Commercial and Commercial Input Markets through Input Vouchers or Coupons in Malawi 2007
Maize Marketing Policy Strategy For Swaziland 2003
MALAWI INPUT VOUCHER STUDY: A LITERATURE REVIEW ON AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AND INPUT VOUCHER SYSTEMS: Phase 1 2007
National Policy Dialogue Synthesis Report:: True Contribution of Agriculture to Economic Growth and Development in Malawi and its Policy Implications on Extension and Radio Programming 2009
Policies for Enhanced Fisheries Productivity and Security 2010
Policies for Enhanced Livestock Productivity and Wealth Creation in a Changing Climate 2010
Policy issues for exploiting contract farming as a tool for empowering smallholder farmers in Southern Africa:: A case study of South Africa, Zambia and Malawi 2005
Potential of Input Vouchers as a Mechanism for Integrating the Non-Commercial and Commercial Input Markets:: The Case of Malawi 2007
THE POTENTIAL OF USING AN INPUT VOUCHER SYSTEM TO INTEGRATE THE COMMERCIAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL INPUT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY 2007
Promoting Development of Agricultural Input Markets in Mozambique 2007
QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF USAID/OFDA SMALL SCALE IRRIGATION PROGRAMS: ZIMBABWE Drip Irrigation Kits, 2003-2006 2008
QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF USAID/OFDA SMALL SCALE IRRIGATION PROGRAMS: ZAMBIA Treadle Pumps, 2003--2006 2008
QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DRIP IRRIGATION KITS IN ALLEVIATING FOOD SHORTAGES AND ITS SUCCESS IN ZIMBABWE:: A CASE STUDY OF GWERU AND BIKITA DISTRICTS 2008
The Role of Targeting in Service Delivery to Vulnerable Populations - The FANRPAN Household Vulnerability Index (HVI): A synthesis of three country reports 2009
Seeds Without Borders 2011
Silent Hunger: Policy options for effective responses to the impact of HIV and AIDS on Agriculture and Food Security in the SADC Region 2006
The Status of Agricultural Water Use, Access, and Productivity in the Limpopo Basin — Opportunities for Poverty Alleviation 2010
THE STATUS OF CONTRACT FARMING IN MALAWI 2005
Status of Plant Variety Protection (PVP) in the SADC Region: THE NEED TO EXPEDITE PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION IN SADC COUNTRIES 2007
Strengthening Communication for Effective Farmer Engagement in Agricultural Trade 2005
True contribution of agriculture to economic development and poverty reduction in Malawi:: Who needs to know what? 2009
True Contribution of Agriculture to Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction:: Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia Synthesis Report 2009
The True Contribution of Agriculture to the Economic Development of Mozambique 2009
Using Input Vouchers For Improving Access To Agricultural Inputs - Who Are The Winners And Losers? 2008
‘Vulnerable yet, Viable’:: Social Protection Policies for households affected by HIV and AIDS 2005
Why is the Development of Agricultural Input Markets Sluggish in Mozambique? 2007
ʺAddressing the Impact of Biosafety Systems and Regional Policies - Towards a Regional Approach to Biotechnology Policy in Southern Africaʺ 2005
Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN)
Physical address: 141 Cresswell Road, Weavind Park 0184, Pretoria, South Africa
Postal address: Private Bag X2087, Silverton 0127, Pretoria, South Africa
Tel: +27 (0) 12 804 2966 or +27 (0) 12 804 3186
Fax: +27 (0) 12 804 0600
Email: Policy@fanrpan.org