Side Events 2015

Side events will be held on the first day of the conference, September 1. The side events will provide space for partners of ReSAKSS to share their research and other work as it relates to supporting evidence based policy planning and implementation under the CAADP agenda. Topics for side events can also relate to the conference theme of “Ensuring Sustained Growth with Rising Employment and Incomes.”

If you would like to hold a side event or would like more information about side events, please contact us at: ReSAKSS2015Conference@cgiar.org. Continue to watch this space for information about specific side events and times.

Tuesday, September 1st 2015


8:30 am - 10:00 am (1st Round)

#1 The critical role of agricultural science and technology in reaching CAADP targets: Enhanced impact through joint outreach by Country SAKSS and ASTI focal points

#2: Optimizing the Role and Contribution of Non-State Actors to Mutual Accountability for Increased Income from Agricultural Productivity Growth

#3: The ECOWAS Experience in Establishing a Regional Agriculture Joint Sector Review in Support of the Next Generation of NAIPS

#4 Making CAADP Work: A comparative analysis of evidence-based and participatory policy processes in Ghana, Senegal and Uganda


10:30 am - 12:00 pm (2nd Round)

#5: Towards Strengthening Agriculture Public Expenditure Analysis for Improved Decisions and Learning

#6: Leveraging the CAADP Results Framework for Nutrition in Africa

#7: New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition: 2014-2015 Country-Level Annual Review Process & Lessons Learned

#8: Providing Timely Data and Analysis to Improve Food Security in Africa: Role of Food Security Portal for Africa south of the Sahara


1:00 pm - 2:30 pm (3rd Round)

#9: Harmonization of Methodology for Country Studies in the Program for Accompanying Research for Innovation (PARI)

#10: From Modeling Skill Development to Policy Analysis Support: A Future Roadmap for AGRODEP

#11: The Collaborative Masters in Agricultural and Applied Economics and its Contributions to Agricultural and Rural Development

#12: Supporting Malabo Biennial Review (BY INVITATION)