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TABLE 3.1: Expected output, outcomes and impact of the Strategic Plan Objectives Reach one million rural households in 10 countries spread in three regions of East, West and Southern Africa

Assess and identify country-specific needs and mobilize partners and stakeholders

Design specific interventions around replication of successful models

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Activities

Output

Identify and createoperational presence in eight new countries (apart from Kenya and South Africa)

Presence in 10 countries

Facilitates present and future activities

Quicker results in reducing hunger, poverty and malnutrition in Africa

Interaction with GOs, NGOs, and potential partners

Visible space for Africa Harvest in SSA

Facilitates future partnerships

Quicker results in reducing hunger, food insecurity, and malnutrition

Development of countryspecific projects, based on identified country needs and possible interventions

Country-specific macro intervention plans are ready

Helps in quicker implementation

Improved understanding for tackling hunger, poverty, and malnutrition

Formation of consortiums, based on identified challenges and possible interventions

Consortiums for action are ready

Helps in quicker implementation

Shared vision for fighting hunger, poverty, and malnutrition

Engaging development partners to obtain necessary financial and human resources to implement the projects

Financial and human resources available for implementation

Helps in quicker implementation

Facilitates faster implementation and builds confidence among targeted farm families

Macro assessment of demand and supply gaps

Macro food security situation assessed

Helps in fine tuning the interventions

Facilitates faster implementation

Baseline survey to identify demand/supply of suitable crops, livestock, horticultural crops and environmental issues, including soil and water management issues

Specific areas of intervention sharpened

Helps in mobilizing farmers and farm women

Facilitates faster implementation

Identify suitable cereal crops for food and income generation and also for climate-change adaptability

Food crop interventions sharpened

Helps in mobilizing farmers and farm women

Facilitates faster implementation

Identify suitable livestockbased models for income generation, soil fertility improvement and food security purposes

Livestock-based intervention sharpened

Helps in mobilizing farmers and farm women

Facilitates faster implementation

Identify barriers and bottlenecks in the agricultural marketing system

Barriers and bottlenecks in marketing identified

Specification of plan for removal of barriers

Quicker adoption of new technology by farmers

Africa Harvest Strategic Plan 2012–2022

Outcome

Impact

Africa Harvest 10 year strategic plan  

Africa Harvest 10 year Strategic plan

Africa Harvest 10 year strategic plan  

Africa Harvest 10 year Strategic plan

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