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Agriculture Joint Sector Reviews

The key elements of Agriculture Joint Sector Reviews, presented by IFPRI/ReSAKSS

Yifei Liu

on 3 January 2014

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Transcript of Agriculture Joint Sector Reviews

When is a JSR held?
Where does JSR take place?
National level
However, sub-national level JSRs can also take place

Annual or semiannual basis
However, other meetings of e.g. the agriculture sector working group can occur as frequently as on a monthly basis
How do you establish and operate a regular and effective JSR?
Who participates?
Ministry Of Agriculture
Ministry Of Finance
Ministry Of Planning
Other Key Line Ministries, e.g. Health, Transportation, Education
Other local and international development agencies
Private Sector Representatives
Farmers’ Organization Representatives
Civil Society Organizations
What is an agriculture Joint Sector Review?
Mutual accountability process by which multi-stakeholders regularly assess agriculture sector performance and results against mutually-agreed targets and stakeholder commitments.
Agriculture Joint Sector Reviews

What should be reviewed?
Allows diverse stakeholders to get insights into and influence overall policies and priorities of the sector
Why is JSR important?
Key operating principles
Development results:
e.g. income growth, poverty and hunger reduction, food and nutrition security
Agricultural sector growth targets,
e.g. CAADP 6 % target
Financial and non-financial commitments by government, donors, private sector;
e.g. CAADP 10 % target
Policies, programs, institutions, and implementation processes
Impact pathways and risk management

JSR Content Areas
JSR Steering Committee
Set Up
JSR Secretariat
Terms of Reference
Review Team
Technical Studies
Review and Dialogue
Implementation and Follow-up Plan
National ownership and leadership
Relevance to CAADP Compact, NAIP, and other cooperation agreements
Inclusive dialogue and participation
Partnerships and alliances
Peer review and benchmarking
Mutual learning and mutual accountability
Commitment to managing for development results by all participants
Evidence-based planning and implementation
Sensitivity to gender
(Human and Financial)

for the recommendations from the JSR
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